A tech startup that provides interactive games, activities and mobile-driven experiences for virtual and live events is about to make its Dayton debut.
Audience engagement platform Crowdpurr, based in West Covina, Calif., is looking to move its headquarters to the Gem City. CEO Ross Newton is actively scouting sites in downtown Dayton, as well as potential offices near Day Air Ballpark in the Webster Station district.
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Written by Jacob Fisher.
Originally published August 13, 2021.