‘Silicon Valley’ is synonymous with ‘startup.’ Every year, countless programmers design apps and start tech companies in the hopes that their idea will get angel investors and multimillion dollar valuations.
Some, however, are finding Silicon Valley oversaturated. And they’re seeking opportunities in cities like Detroit with nascent tech scenes. Castle, a property management tech company, is doing just that.
“We started Castle because we wanted to be a part of creating something new, and the Bay Area tech scene is hardly something new,” says Max Nussenbaum, cofounder & CEO of Castle.
Read more about Castle, which was founded by NEI-supported Venture for America Fellows, on Model D.