In order to be closer to the city as it builds out its staff, Jornaya (formerly known as LeadiD) moved its office from Ambler, Pa., to Conshohocken.
The new space, twice the size of the old location, takes up 14,000 square feet inside the Quaker Park Building.
Does that building’s name sound familiar? If so, it’s likely because the same complex is home to Monetate’s Philly offices. Once the adtech company’s main location, Monetate’s Conshy office was downsized after NYC became its official headquarters in January.
Jornaya’s current workforce of 73 will be posted up at the spiffy-looking new HQ — which officially opened last week — as the company looks to make more hires.
CEO Ross Shanken said the move is a response to Jornaya’s rapid pace of growth. “With this move, we are looking forward to increasing our visibility and establishing close connections with various organizations: companies, colleges, tech organizations and non-profits in our local community,” Shanken said in an emailed statement.
On Sept. 12, the company will host a networking and recruiting event at the new site.
It’s happening from 3–7 p.m., and those interested in attending can RSVP by emailing email@example.com.
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