Puget Sound Business Journal: Adam Brotman Turns Bay Area Startup Into A Seattle Company

With more than half of its employees based in the Seattle area, Brightloom CEO Adam Brotman said the San Francisco startup is a Seattle company now.

Brightloom, a 6-year-old startup that helps brands deliver personalized offers based on customer data, added about a third of its workforce in 2020. Brotman joined the startup in 2019 and asked to open an office in Seattle, adding to its presence in San Francisco.

View full article in Puget Sound Business Journal.

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