Salaryo provides security deposit financing for new coworking office members and a flexible credit line for existing shared office tenants
Founders of Salaryo noticed cash-flow challenges in those who use coworking spaces. As a result Salaryo was formed to cater to this market.
Salaryo, a fintech focused on serving [users of] coworking spaces, has been investing in identity-verification and fraud-prevention technology
Salaryo’s helps flexible workspace operators boost membership sign ups and retention while reducing back-office bottlenecks from processing payments.
Salaryo, the short-term lending solution to pay rent at coworking spaces, has raised $5.5M in venture funding from investors… includ[ing] Michael Ullmann
Salaryo will focus on scaling its online service that connects freelancers and entrepreneurs with financing for security deposits on co-working spaces.
This week in funding: Salaryo, a fintech platform for U.S. freelancers and startups, received $5.5 million in funding from Ruby Ventures.
The new funding round [of $5.5 million will be] use[d] to scale its first-to-market digital lending service for entrepreneurs and freelancers
Salaryo has made FinTech Global’s “What FinTech leaders are talking about today” segment after news that Salaryo close[d] a $5.5 million funding round
Salaryo startup that loans money to rent flex-office spaces just nabbed funding add[ing] another layer of financing to the world of WeWork and its rivals
Salaryo, a U.S.-based fintech platform for freelancers and startups, raised $5.5 million in new funding, bringing the total funding to $6.3 million.
Whether you need a single desk or a private office, most coworking spaces require a deposit. That’s where Salaryo comes in.