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

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...
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