Read the latest company news and press coverage from Azibo, the free, one-stop-shop financial services platform for landlords, renters, and their vendors.
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RENO, NV – JANUARY 11, 2022 – Azibo, the free, one-stop-shop financial services platform for the rental property market, today announced a $19M Series A round led by SVB Capital, with participation from new investors RET Ventures, Liberty Mutual Strategic Ventures, Victory Park Capital, and Gaingels, as well as existing investors Canaan, Khosla Ventures, QED Investors, Camber Creek, Assurant Ventures, and Context Ventures.
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April 19, 2021 — REDWOOD CITY, CA — Azibo, the one-stop-shop for landlord financial services, today announced that Vikas Gupta will join Zibo as Chief Operating Officer (COO), effective immediately.
Independent landlords today have access to a wide range of technologies to help them streamline and modernize their rental property business. But figuring out which tool is right for their unique needs can be overwhelming, and busy landlords don’t have time to research every option.
Azibo, the free all-in-one platform for landlord financial services, today welcomed real estate venture capital firm Camber Creek as an investor. Camber Creek investors own, operate, and manage billions of square feet of real estate in the U.S., giving them a unique competitive advantage as an investor and value-added partner in the real estate technology space. This investment brings Azibo’s total raise to $15M.
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Azibo, the free, all-in-one platform for landlord financial services, today launched the Zibo Business Debit Mastercard. The first and only debit card designed for the unique needs of landlords, it offers 1% cash back to help independent rental property owners grow their rental business. That means landlords no longer have to keep track of multiple accounts and credit cards, and instead can use a single debit card linked to the Zibo platform for all of their rental property finances.
REDWOOD CITY, CA – November 2, 2020 – Azibo, the all-in-one platform for landlord financial services, today announced the appointment of Sarah Dickens Spoja, CFO of payables automation platform Tipalti, as an independent director. A veteran of the finance and FinTech industries, Spoja will help Azibo continue to grow its customer base and scale their banking and payments platform for rental property owners.
California-based Zibo announced an investment by real estate venture capital firm Camber Creek, bringing its total funding to $15 million. Other investors in the startup include Canaan Partners, Khosla Ventures, QED Investors, and SVB Capital.
REDWOOD CITY, CA – August 5, 2020 – Azibo, which provides modern, simple and secure financial services for independent landlords, today announced a $10.5M seed round led by Canaan Partners, with participation by QED Investors, Khosla Ventures and SVB Capital. The company also launched the first and only banking and payments platform designed for the unique needs of rental property owners.
Zibo, a banking and payment platform for independent landlords, announced today that it has raised $10.5 million in seed funding to help scale its one-stop-shop approach to financial management for residential rental properties.
Zibo, which works to provide streamlined and accessible financial services for landlords, has raised $10.5 million in a seed round led by Canaan Partners, according to a press release. QED Investors, Khosla Ventures and SVB Capital also participated in the round, the release stated.
"I saw the massive amounts of pain it can be to manage multiple rental properties ... I knew we could do something about that with technology.” — Chris Hsu, CEO and co-founder of Redwood City-based Zibo
Azibo, the one-stop shop finance program for rental properties, has completed a series A round for $19 million, a press release says.
Azibo is one of thousands of fintech startups across the country growing and attracting investors at a rapid click as demand for virtual finance solutions has exploded.
Azibo, a Reno-based fintech startup focused on financial management for residential rental properties, recently announced a $19 million Series A funding round led by SVB Capital.
Assurant announced its corporate venture capital arm, Assurant Ventures, has made an undisclosed investment in Azibo , a one-stop shop financial services platform that simplifies rental property ownership for independent landlords.
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