A Cincinnati tech startup that’s building a software platform for the commercial real estate industry has received its first investment from a prestigious Silicon Valley accelerator that’s graduated companies like Dropbox, Airbnb and Stripe.
Resquared, a startup founded in March 2020, said Wednesday it was chosen to participate in Y Combinator’s winter 21 batch, a program that provides entrepreneurs with networking, mentorship and advice during a three-month span as well as $125,000 in seed funding in exchange for 7% of the company. The batch is currently underway.
Click here to read the complete story.
Story excerpt provided by Cincy Inno.
Written by Liz Engel.
Originally published February 12, 2021.