The data analytics giant said it no longer has a corporate headquarters during Wednesday's earnings call. Instead, Bozeman will be its "principal executive office," a disclosure that is required by SEC rules. Snowflake previously listed San Mateo as its headquarters.
Other tech companies, like Tesla and Oracle, moved their headquarters from California during the pandemic, but made the relocations more permanent by formally establishing new main offices.
Snowflake still intends to keep its San Mateo office, but no one location will serve as its central hub, a spokesperson told CNBC. The company opted for Bozeman because its where both the CEO and CFO reside, according to an SEC filing.
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