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Digital marketing firm Trellist, based in Wilmington, recently acquired Scribewise, a Philadelphia content marketing company. Our sister site Technical.ly Philly recently reported on the acquisition.
“The addition of Scribewise to the Trellist family creates and exciting opportunity for our company, for our customers, and for our shareholders,” Trellist CEO David Atadan said in a press release. “The team at Scribewise not only brings considerable expertise that will enable Trellist to provide high quality, journalistic content to enhance strategic marketing programs for our clients, but they’re analytical thinkers who solve problems creatively — just like we do.”
Scribewise’s current staff will become Trellist employees. Technical.ly Philly reports that employees will be able to work from Trellist’s Philadelphia Navy Yard office, or at a new office slated to open in Conshohocken or King of Prussia.
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