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Lead Forensics opens a new office in Atlanta, Georgia

Thursday 06 June 2013

Atlanta, Georgia is now home to a new Lead Forensics office

After another successful year and continued global growth, Lead Forensics is very proud to announce the opening of a new office in Atlanta, Georgia. The Atlanta team will continue to build relations with existing US clients, whilst providing new businesses from across the States with the pioneering tool.

The interest in the innovative Lead Forensics software has continued to build in the United States with clients enjoying the numerous benefits it offers. Stateside testimonials have identified an increased ROI from digital activity, specifically from SEO and PCC, impacting B2B lead generation. As a result of the continued success and positive reaction from US based clients, it became apparent that increasing the operation in the US would help meet company and client objectives.

At Lead Forensics the sky really is the limit, with no end to the company’s growth ambitions. The opening of the new office in Atlanta will assist with constant development of the cutting edge B2B lead generation solution and client success.

Atlanta facts:
Established in 1837
Capital of Georgia
The most populated city in Georgia with an estimated population of 432,500
The ninth largest metropolitan area in the USA
Home to the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic site
Host to over 16.5 million visitors each year

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