Jornaya Moving to Bigger Conshohocken Headquarters and Looking for New Hires

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Comcast-backed Jornaya is moving its headquarters from Ambler to a larger space in Conshohocken that can accommodate its planned new hires.

Comcast-backed Jornaya is moving its headquarters from Ambler to a larger space in Conshohocken that can accommodate both its existing employees and new hires, writes Joseph N. DiStefano for Philly.com.

The new address for the provider of a consumer journey insights platform that targets sales leads for marketers is 1001 E. Hector Street in Conshohocken. The company currently has 73 employees, fifteen of whom were hired in the last three months.

Jornaya’s CEO, Ross Shanken, said that the company plans to continue growing its workforce at a similar pace and held an open house on August 25 to raise awareness.


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According to Jornaya, its software-as-a-service platform “delivers actionable intelligence to identify high-intent prospects” for direct-dial marketers.

Last year, Jornaya successfully managed to raise $10 million from investors that were led by Edison Ventures. The company’s customers include AccuQuote, NextGen Leads, Consumer Solutions Group, Plymouth Rock Assurance, Penn Foster, and Ifficient, among many others.

Three years ago, while still operating under the LeadID name, Jornaya completed a successful financing round by securing $7 million from Genacast Ventures, Tribeca Venture Partners, and Comcast Ventures. All three are still investors in Jornaya.

Read more about Jornaya’s plans at Philly.com by clicking here.

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