ID Insight signs a lease

Logo for ID InsightID Insight signed a lease this week. For the next year or so, they’ll be on the second floor of the First National Bank Northfield. I blogged in July about them.

I’ve heard they’ll have a half-dozen or so employees here initially, ramping up to a couple dozen or more. How are we going to keep them downtown, Ross?!!

Hopefully, someone will soon take a photo of co-founder/president Adam Elliott, an Ole grad. I’m not sure he really exists.

3 thoughts on “ID Insight signs a lease”

  1. Griff:

    Gee whiz, cut me some slack, I’m out trying to better understand the economic implications of the City Council’s impending adoption of Minnesota State Building Code 2007, particularly chapters 1305 and 1341 and you’re asking for a nose count.

    Hey, like everybody else, I read the local paper and try to separate fact from fiction. According to their latest information, ID insight currently has two employees, not counting recently hired former NEC Executive Director Lee Runzheimer. Based on my arithmetic, that would be 2 + 1 = 3.

    I think that they’ll be quite comfortable for at least the near future in Suite 213, a wonderful office in a historic building featuring high ceilings and large windows. It’s just the type of “design studio” that the creative class finds so inspiring. Thanks to First National Bank for making that space available to the Retail Support Strategies Task Force these past six months.

    Ross

  2. Griff,

    I just want to confirm that – yes – I am real. We are looking forward to moving the offices this Friday down to the bank bldg. If you stop by late morning, you will see a bunch of sweaty guys moving furniture, connecting the phones and saying hello to the new neighbors. I will be the balding 41 year old – can’t miss me.

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