Jebbit Outgrows Old Fenway Office, Moves Downtown To Faneuil Hall

DSC_3589-27-Nov-2011-Faneuil-Hall-tree-4502(Boston, MA) – December 4, 2014 – Jebbit, the leading Post-Click Engagement marketing platform started by Boston College dropouts Tom Coburn and Jonathan Lacoste, have recently moved into their new office in the Faneuil Hall area. The move was spurred by Jebbit’s recent client growth and plans for aggressive hiring in early 2015.

Jebbit’s new space is the old Moontoast Boston office, which recently announced they were relocating back to Nashville after an acquisition. In addition, the Jebbit space holds the old rumored office of Mitt Romney during the early Bain Capital days.

“We’ve been fortunate that our post-click message and platform has resonated so well in the marketing world, and our new office move is a testament to that,” remarked Jebbit Co-Founder and CEO, Tom Coburn.

Jebbit moved from the Landmark Center near Fenway Park after spending it’s post- Techstars Boston days, in which it graduated from the Techstars Boston Spring 2013 class. The office was most notable for its secret basketball court, which Jebbit regularly hosted other startup companies to play on.

“We’re definitely disappointed about not having our own basketball court in this office,” joked Jebbit Co-Founder and COO, Jonathan Lacoste, “but we’re excited about our new neighborhood and to be closer to the buzz of the downtown Boston tech community.”