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Here’s what you may have missed in Austin tech news last week.
The company is looking for an Austin office space as it expects to double its employee headcount.
The hospitality financing and marketing startup aims to grow its ranks from 50 to 70 employees by year’s end.
CEO Greg Kuhlmann previously led anti-fraud data science teams for Apple’s App Store and Apple Pay services.
The company states this is one of the first funds to provide investors with access to the short-term rental market.
Catch up on the Austin tech news you may have missed last week.
These emerging startups might be working on the next big tech innovation.
The Austin startup wants to ease the learning curve of NFTs with a more familiar e-commerce experience.
The legal software firm has relocated from the outskirts of town to the One Eleven Congress building.
The platform allows people to store records of frozen eggs, embryos and other biospecimens on the blockchain.
The Austin-based company expects to double its 52-person team in the next year.