RJMetrics just moved into a bigger office. Look inside. [PHOTOS] - Technical.ly Philly

Company Culture

Feb. 4, 2014 10:30 am

RJMetrics just moved into a bigger office. Look inside. [PHOTOS]

This is a startup that, if you'll remember, once pretended it was located in Philadelphia to see if it would get them more job applicants. (It did.)

RJMetrics just moved into a Center City office that’s three times bigger than its last one in the Philadelphia Building.

This is a startup that, if you’ll remember, once pretended it was located in Philadelphia to see if it would get them more job applicants. (It did.)

The business analytics firm has since outgrown its former office, a hub of tech companies that includes Zivtech, Eight Eleven, Cloudmine and coworking space CultureWorks. Its new, 12,875 square foot office in the Widener Building at One South Penn Square.

Since last May, it’s grown from 26 employees to 46 and is still hiring, said CEO Robert Moore. Moore said last spring that the company would use its $6.25 million series A funding to hire a sales and marketing team.

The company has more than 250 clients, Moore said.

Tour the space below.

RJMetrics founders Robert Moore (left) and Jake Stein at their new desks.

rjmetrics game room

The new office has a game room and a double-tap kegerator stocked with local beer.

Advertisement

Companies: RJMetrics
-30-
CONTRIBUTE TO THE
JOURNALISM FUND

Already a contributor? Sign in here
Connect with companies from the Technical.ly community
New call-to-action

Advertisement

Sign-up for daily news updates from Technical.ly Philadelphia