Tech Company Financing Transactions

Biproxi Funding Round

Greycroft Partners, National Association of REALTORS and Newmark Grubb Knight Frank participated in a $10 million Seed funding round for Biproxi. The financing round closed on 9/18/2019.

Transaction Overview

Company Name
Announced On
Transaction Type
Venture Equity
Proceeds Purpose
The funding was announced alongside the launch of the company's newest product.

Company Information

Company Status
Private & Independent
Real Estate
Mailing Address
740 13th St. 504
San Diego, CA 92101
Email Address
Biproxi was founded in 2018 and is headquartered in San Diego, California. Biproxi is an end to end CRE platform committed to providing the best tools, data, and applications to empower brokers to sell intelligently, and buyers to invest confidently.
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Company News
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Management Team

Email & Social
Chief Executive Officer
Gordon Smith
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VP - Bus. Development
Thatcher Milholland
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VP - Operations
Mallory Contois
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