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LeadiD: look inside this Ambler lead tracking startup’s new office

Founded by Ross Shanken, the startup grew from 12 to 25 employees in the last 12 months. It's raised $2.7 million since 2012, according to an SEC filing.

Built in 1897, the Ambler Boiler House is a former asbestos plant that now houses LeadiD and other companies.

(Photo courtesy of Summit Realty Advisors)

LeadiD now tracks more than 100 million lead transactions per month, according to a recent release.

The three-year-old Ambler-based startup issues “LeadiDs” that allow a company to track its lead transactions. Its customers include advertisers¬†in online education, insurance, mortgage and the auto industry.

Founded by Ross Shanken, the startup grew from 12 to 25 employees in the last 12 months, said Dan Mahon, who works in business development at LeadiD. It’s raised $2.7 million since 2012, according to an SEC filing. Gil Beyda of Genacast Ventures is on the board of the company.

The company moved from Gwynedd Valley into a 6,500-square-foot office last month inside the Ambler Boiler House, a former asbestos plant turned LEED certified office building.

Check out the new office in the slideshow below.

Photos by Hugh Loomis, courtesy of LeadiD.

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Companies: LeadiD
People: Gil Beyda
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