From the blog of RJ Metrics, a Center City business analytics firm, written by co-founder Robert Moore:
2011 has been an outstanding year for RJMetrics. We’ve tripled our headcount, creating eight new high-tech jobs in Philadelphia and filling our Center City office to capacity. We’re proud to have done this profitably and without the use of any outside capital.
Today, we signed a new lease that will significantly expand our office space in The Philadelphia Building at 13th and Walnut. This was not a decision that Jake or I took lightly. 2011 brought with it a number of strategic opportunities, including offers that would have involved moving our company to New York or Silicon Valley.
We turned down those offers and we’re doubling-down on Philadelphia. Not because it is the path of least resistance, but because it is the right path. We believe that Philadelphia is the best possible home for our start-up. Here are five reasons why…
Months after funding pledges for underrepresented founders, Philly startups start to see results
City gov is pumping half a million dollars into diversifying Philly’s tech talent
Startup Bucks is launching a yearlong accelerator and has thousands to invest
Juno Capital will host a February pitch competition for the chance to join its portfolio
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