PiLabs’ Seventh PropTech Startup Cohort Pitches For Funding During Demo Day

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Today, PropTech VC PiLabs hosted the Demo Day for the seventh cohort of its startup incubator program. This event marks the end of the program, and is typically an opportunity for the cohort members to present their projects, which they have progressed with PiLabs’ supports over the past few weeks, to an audience of potential clients and investors, as well as to their peers.

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PropTech startups in the UK will now have access to 100,000 in funding from the VC arm of a Canadian real estate company. The announcement comes as a result of Pi Labs, a PropTech-focused VC, entering into a strategic funding partnership with Bosa Ventures.

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