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Convene uses landlord partnership model to outclass WeWork TechCrunch


Oct 19, 2018 3:58 PM 3+ mon ago

Recent reports that Softbank may take a majority stake in WeWork has added fuel to the already hot market for start-ups in the workspace and property tech sectors. One of the more compelling companies that stands to benefit from this trend is New York-based Convene. Started by co-founders Ryan Simonetti (CEO) and Chris Kelly (President), […]...Read more.

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