This Social Ad Startup Says Moving to Chicago Was Key to Increasing Sales by 125 Times

Strike Social exec Mark Shore's move home paid off globally

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Strike Social moved from Los Angeles to Chicago in 2016 and claims that decision was key to driving revenue up 12,423.4 percent to $46.5 million for the year. If you’re thinking, “Wait a minute, how can a move from La La Land to the City of Broad Shoulders spur such incredible growth for a shop that leans pretty heavily on YouTube advertising?” Well, you’re probably not alone.

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