Delphic Digital is doubling down on its Manayunk location: the digital design agency just expanded its HQ, which is now at 15,000 square feet thanks to a 3,000-square-foot addition.
And tonight, Mayor Jim Kenney will drop by the company’s office to cut the ribbon on the new area. The expansion is comprised of two conference rooms, kitchen area and a chill lounge-y spot (which, sources say, will host a pool table in the near future) aimed at hosting tech events.
“As our company grew (40.7% increase from 2015 to 2016), we saw a need for additional space to hold our entire team and host Philly tech events,” said Managing Partner Lance Hollander. “We’re very thoughtful and deliberate about cultivating a creative and passionate culture, and our new space delivers just that.”
The firm employs 77 employees out of the space, with a handful more open positions posted on its website. Spokeswoman Ashley Kinder told Technical.ly that the firm has no plans of a Center City expansion, but that the agency is planning expansions to Texas and California. We’ll keep you posted.-30-
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