HelloTech Raises $2M in Funding

hellotechHelloTech, a Los Angeles-based on demand in-home tech support and technology sales service, raised an additional $2m in funding.

Backers included Collaborative Fund, Baroda Ventures, Greycroft Partners, and Silicon Valley Bank, which joined Accel Partners, Upfront, CrossCut ventures, Amplify.LA, among others.

The company intends to use the funds to expand operations following the launch of the service in Los Angeles.

Led by Richard Wolpert, co-founder and CEO, HelloTech provides an on demand in-home tech support and technology sales service delivered by a vetted and trained college student workforce. Services range from Wi-Fi connectivity, viruses/slow machines, printer issues, consultation on the purchase of new technologies, training and more.
The company has been operating a trial in West Los Angeles since early April. As of today, the service goes live in the 7 mile radius around UCLA.



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