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See inside Relay’s office in Radnor

Spot the dog mascot inside the 8,000-square-foot HQ of the secure messaging service.

Inside Relay's newly-expanded office in Radnor. (Courtesy photo)

We like how that little dog is all over Relay’s office.*
The secure messaging service, which counts Independence Blue Cross as one of its flagship customers, has an 8,000-square-foot space in Radnor.
Do they have any plans to move to the city?
“We’ve had great success here and have experienced already with Ecount that you can attract top talent with the right culture and vision,” said spokeswoman Michelle Musberger.
Musberger is talking about the company that Relay founders Matt Gillin and Paul Raden built in Conshohocken and sold to Citigroup for $220 million in 2008. It was one of the biggest Philly tech exits in the last 15 years.
Relay currently employs 35 and plans to double its staff in the next year, Musberger said.
See photos of the space below.
*About those pups: How many can you find in these photos? We spotted nine … and a half.

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Companies: Ecount / Independence Blue Cross / Relay Network

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