Find out how Path Interactive can deliver a customized approach to growing your business.
Please tell us about yourself and we'll contact you shortly.

Path Team Hangouts on Foursquare

Jarobin Gilbert January 6, 2014 Category Social Media

path interactiveWork smart, play hard is a motto the team here at Path Interactive likes to employ. As much as we enjoy our work from day-to-day, we also love to hang out as a team and from time to time, teach each other and those who know us about the neighborhood we work in and the city we live in. As a team, we thought it would be a great idea to share some of the gems of the Flatiron District, where the Path team likes to blow off some steam after a long day of optimization and making page ranks pop.





Here is the Path Interactive Foursquare list, which consists of places to walk around, local neighborhood restaurants both near our office and Union Square, bars to grab a drink at night and more.

Subscribe to the list to see and learn more about NYC’s Flatiron District, the neighborhood we call home. If you think that there’s anything we should add to the list or would like to tell us something about the list that we should know, please let us know in the comments!!


We look forward to your finding a good time here. Happy exploring!!!

Most Recent

How to Build a Data-Driven Business Case for Content

By Paul VanHevel, PathInteractive | September 16, 2016

A Step-by-Step Guide to Quantifying the Value of Content In the sometimes-gray world of organic search marketing, conveying the value of your […]

Read More

The Science Behind Data-Driven Attribution, Google’s New Attribution Model

By Steven Sonnes, PathInteractive | August 5, 2016

When shopping online customers often touch multiple marketing channels before they convert. In marketing this is known as the consumer […]

Read More

The New Mad Men: Looking Back at Advertising’s Evolution Towards Digital Marketing

By Ann Paskor, PathInteractive | July 19, 2016

Everyone in the marketing world has heard of Mad Men. They were the cool guys in the 60’s who worked […]

Read More