Ma’Velous Coffee and Wine Bar San Francisco Toasts Zendesk’s Arrival to Area

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Joining the tasteful new wine bar located near the corner of Market and Fell Streets, Zendesk is moving its world headquarters just a hop, skip and a jump away. Ma’Velous is welcoming Zendesk employees by offering them a 20% discount on beverages through the end of the year.

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Ma'Velous is welcoming Zendesk employees to the neighborhood with discounts through the end of the year.

The company’s employees are very intelligent and industrious—and I look forward to helping them with a pick-me-up artisan coffee during the day and maybe a glass of wine after work in our comfortable bar and lounge areas.

Zendesk is on the move. The rapidly growing cloud-based helpdesk software company has prepared to nearly double its San Francisco workforce this year by moving to a much larger office space at 989 Market Street. Ma’Velous, the fashionable San Francisco wine bar, is offering its employees a warm welcome with 20% off their tabs until the end of 2011.

“I am very happy to see Zendesk move into our hip neighborhood,” said Phillip Ma, owner of Ma’Velous Coffee and Wine Bar. “The company’s employees are very intelligent and industrious—and I look forward to helping them with a pick-me-up artisan coffee during the day and maybe a glass of wine after work in our comfortable bar and lounge areas.”

Zendesk, a startup that moved to San Francisco in the fall of 2009, delivers cloud-based help desk software that offers growing organizations an easy-to-use ticket management solution for providing top-notch customer support. Zendesk makes it easy to set up multiple customer service channels, including email, online chat, Twitter and community forums. Because it is web-based, users can access it from any device and location that has Internet access.

Its move to a suite of spacious offices located at 989 Market Street is allowing the company to nearly double its San Francisco workforce.

“We are very excited to be working along the mid-Market corridor," said Tiffany Maleshefski, community relations manager for Zendesk. "There are so many exciting companies who will soon be joining us here and a number of businesses who are already here that we are enjoying getting to know. Ma'velous is already a regular stop for many of us. We think it's one of the most charming coffeehouses around."

Zendesk is among the first tech companies to move to the Central Market neighborhood. Earlier this year, Twitter signed a lease for space on Market Street between 9th and 10th Streets to house the company’s rapidly growing workforce. Officials at Twitter estimate the company will begin moving its current 400 employees to the new location sometime next year, and will expand its San Francisco workforce to 3,000 employees by 2013.

Ma’Velous is ready to serve these gifted men and women coffee made from choice of six different brewing methods and wine from its ever-changing, world-class wine list. The exquisitely customized brewing equipment at Ma’Velous includes their custom-built, one-of-a-kind espresso machine, a Hario V60 coffee drip, a Chemex coffee maker, a French press, a Siphon coffee brewing machine, and a Kyoto cold slow drip coffee maker. The last two precision coffee-making apparatus were imported from Japan.

The fashionable San Francisco wine bar is located near the corner of Market and Fell Streets near the Civic Center area. Its proximity and charm have made Ma’Velous popular with symphony and opera-goers and, increasingly, technology companies that are trickling into the neighborhood.

For more information about Ma’Velous, call (415) 912-1039, go to MaVelous-sf.com, or visit the café in person at 1408 Market Street in San Francisco.

About Ma’Velous Wine and Coffee Bar
The vision of Ma’Velous is to share some of the best ingredients the earth has to offer, by bringing roasted coffees and boutique wines from around the world to San Francisco, and by utilizing their vast culinary resources in Northern California. The select seasonal menu concentrates on celebrating the small sustainable farms, roasteries and wineries.

The wine and coffee bar also offers live music and great San Francisco happy hour specials.

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