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Monetate’s new digs: gongs, nerf battles and lots of growth

When you walk into Monetate’s new offices in Conshohocken, you’ll immediately notice three things: the company hasn’t quite unpacked, the entire company sits in a single room and there are Nerf bullets scattered everywhere.

Full Disclosure: Monetate was a PTW 2011 sponsor and 2012 sponsorship was among the topics discussed at the visit.

When you walk into Monetate’s new offices in Conshohocken, you’ll immediately notice three things: the company hasn’t quite unpacked, the entire company sits in a single room and there are Nerf bullets scattered everywhere.
Just before it landed a $15 million investment from Boston’s OpenView Partners, Monetate has been rapidly expanding into a new office space on Hector Street in Conshohocken. Technically Philly made a rare venture into the ‘burbs last week to check out the new space.

The office was formerly occupied by PointRoll, a rich media company that exited to Gannett in 2005. PointRoll’s VP of operations Max Sobol has gone on to create Solve Media and PointRoll’s CEO Chris Saridakis currently works in the same role for nearby GSI Commerce, which recently sold to eBay.
See more photos after the jump.
monetate's offices

Employees are provided with a free lunch daily (when Technically Philly visited, hoagies were on the menu) as well as a fridge full of beer.


 

The permanent sign has not been installed.


 

The reception desk


Monetate has placed a gong in the stairwell to be hit every time someone makes a sale.


 

Conference rooms overlook the floor.


 

Companies: Monetate / OpenView Partners / OpenView Venture Partners / PointRoll
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