In a self-admitted attempt to plug into Philly’s startup community, fintech company Asset Map moved into a 3,200-square-foot office in Old City.
(Slice, a PR firm with 16 full-time employees, moved back in September to a 6,000-square-foot office in Old City’s Stanley Building.)
Asset Map released a statement saying the move was geared at joining the “vibrant tech community of innovators in the city,” along with access to a broader talent pool.
“Many of us have lived and worked in the city for years and love the Philadelphia culture; we wanted to bring our business back into the heart of our home town,” said Asset Map CEO H. Adam Holt.
Here are a few shots of the new office:-30-
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