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Multifamily Insiders
Matt Greene addresses package management concerns that property managers face when maintaining contactless communities.
Multifamily Executive
Multifamily owners and managers tackle the acceleration of online shopping.
National Apartment Association
COVID-19 has buried apartment operators under a mountain of deliveries.
GlobeSt.com
E-commerce is here to stay and package management is a burden that property managers will be forced to deal with at increasing levels for the foreseeable future, says Michael Patton, Fetch founder and CEO.
Built In
Seven CEOs discuss how and when an executive should relinquish oversight and involvement in everyday people operations.
fetch raises 18m in Series B Funding
Statesman
Austin-based Fetch, which provides a delivery solution for apartment managers and residents, said Tuesday that it has raised $18 million to expand its service. Iron Gate Capital and Pando Ventures led the Series B funding round and were joined by existing investors Signal Peak Ventures, Silverton Partners, Seamless and Venn Ventures. Fetch has raised a total of $32 million.
Yahoo Finance
Fetch continues to develop strategic partnerships with many of the largest property management and multifamily development companies in the US. Fetch, announced today a new partnership with Wood Residential Services as part of their National Preferred Vendor Program.
Forbes
This year’s list features founders who are creating hot new brands in categories like furniture, streetwear and party supplies. They’re helping retailers bring inventory planning into the 21st century. They’re tackling the biggest pain points that customers face, like coming up with a way to identify untrustworthy online reviews and avoid package delivery mishaps. They’re looking for ways to reduce their environmental impact. We're honored that our CEO, Michael Patton has made the list!
Entrepreneur
Each year we identify businesses that are mastering the art and science of growing a business. To do this, we invited companies to apply and evaluated them based on the analysis of 50-plus data points organized into five pillars: Revenue and Customers, Management Efficiency, Innovation, Financial Evaluation and Business Valuation. The result is our Entrepreneur 360™ list.
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