In the Whoorks! Betclic seeks 50 new Bordeaux recruits for 2019

Finalising its 2018 relocation projects/programs, French online bookmaker Betclic confirms that in 2019. The firm will relocate its headquarters to the newly built ‘Whoorks’ building in Bordeaux’s Bacalan area.

Betclic will move all 200 Bordeaux employees working within its European headquarters to the new hi-tech and innovation built Whoorks building, designed and serviced by Groupe Legendre.

The French bookmaker will occupy nearly half of the 8,000 m2 of office space available at ‘Whoorks’, further confirming that it will move to recruit a further 50 new employees in 2019.

The firm’s ‘Bordeaux relocation’ has been a key initiative of Chief Executive Nicolas Béraud, who in 2017 was reappointed as Betclic CEO, charged with revitalizing the legacy French online betting brand.

Taking leadership of Betclic, Béraud would merge the former head offices of Betclic London and Paris, by relocating to Bordeaux, detailing that the bookmaker needed a central and concentrated hub for its day-to-day operations.

In further news, Betclic confirmed this week that it had secured an online betting licence from Swedish National Gambling Regulator – Lotteriinspektionen.

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