Poptent moves to Center City from Conshy (Updated)

Tom Paine

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Pioneering video advertising crowdsourcing and production firm Poptent, which has locations in the Philly and L.A. areas, has moved its Philadelphia office from Conshohocken to Center City, a company spokesperson confirmed to Philly Tech News. Word of the move became somewhat obvious from some tweets on Poptent's twitter account.

The new office is at 24th and Walnut, and will house approximately 30 people. Poptent expects to have a blog post out soon with more about the move on its website.

Here is Poptent's announcement of its new Philly office on its blog.

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