Locally founded software firm Remesh announces $10 million Series A funding round

Story excerpt provided by Crain’s Cleveland Business.

Written by Rachel Abbey McCafferty.

Remesh, a software company that got its start in Northeast Ohio, has announced a $10 million Series A funding round. A news release noted that venture capital firm General Catalyst led the funding and that a member of the firm will be joining the board. Remesh uses artificial intelligence to help companies conduct market research.

The co-founders of Remesh are Andrew Konya and Aaron Slodov, who had in the past been graduate students at Kent State University and Case Western Reserve University, respectively, as well as Gary Ellis from Northeast Ohio. Konya, who is also the CEO, said Slodov has since left the company.

Remesh is now headquartered in New York, though it maintains an office in Cleveland. Two of its approximately 20 employees work there, and Konya said many of its developers work remotely.

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Originally published March 27, 2018.

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