Weekly Refresh: Remarkably Raises $4.1M, Google’s Office Takeover and More

by Sophie Kalt
August 12, 2019
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Remarkably raised a seed funding of $4.1 million to help multifamily building owners manage their portfolio. The startup’s software reports how much money any given property is making and measures marketing data. Remarkably is planning on growing its team of nine people in Seattle. Remarkably plans to hire directors for marketing and customer success and also makes new hires in sales and engineering positions. [Built In Seattle]

Dumpling raised $3 million to help gig economy workers feel more like entrepreneurs. Dumpling’s platform currently allows on-demand grocers — namely, disgruntled Instacart and AmazonFresh shoppers — to create their own website, promote their small business and cultivate consistent customers. Shoppers can set their own rates, and they earn at least a 10 percent tip with every order. [Built In Seattle]

Glow raised $2.3 million to become the Shopify for podcasts. Glow helps podcasters market their platform, set up funding requests for listeners and offer premium content. The company has 100 podcasts using the platform so far, including Founders and Dig In. [Built In Seattle]

Google now clocks in at almost 2 million square feet of office space in the Seattle area. The tech giant’s growing footprint could eventually employ as many as 10,000 workers, according to Geekwire. [Geekwire]

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