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5 months after acquisition, eMoney Advisor hits 300-employee mark

That's a fairly massive workforce for a Philly tech company — and it's still growing: eMoney plans to hire 60 more Philly-area software developers by the end of the year.

eMoney Advisor was at Philly Tech Week 2015's Dev Day. (Photo by Resolution Rentals)

eMoney Advisor just hit 300 employees, up from 275 earlier this year.
The fintech company was acquired by Fidelity in February for over $250 million, reportedly. It’s not finished hiring for the year, either: spokeswoman Kelly Waltrich said the company aims to hire 60 more software developers in the Philly area by the end of the year.
As part of its recruiting efforts, the company spent the spring posted up at events like Philly Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise, philly.NET Code Camp and Philly Tech Week’s Dev Day. The company is also offering $2,000 referral bonuses, said eMoney recruitment chief Mark Constan.
eMoney’s main office is in Conshohocken, where more than three-quarters of the staff works. There’s also an office in La Jolla, Calif., and plans to move to a new office in Radnor in December, Waltrich said.

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Three hundred employees, with the bulk of them in the region, is a fairly massive workforce for a Philly tech company.
Monetate is one of the few companies that comes close to that number. Monetate didn’t get back to us as of press time with their full-time employee count, but last year they aimed to be at 300 employees. (It’s notable that both of those companies are headquartered in the suburbs. And don’t forget the other financial giant out there: Vanguard.)
Like Monetate does with its annual customer summit, eMoney held its first eMoney Advisor Summit this May in Carlsbad, Calif. The three-day event cost $599.
Check out this video eMoney made about its company culture. (It’s their take on this Dodge commercial.)
https://youtu.be/VuH-HIFeqik

Companies: eMoney Advisor

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