We’re excited to announce that MeWe was recently featured in TechCrunch to highlight our work in the public and private sectors! A snippet of the piece is below along with a link to the full article on TechCrunch:
Manik Suri, a former D.E. Shaw hedge fund wunderkind, for years has been wrestling with how best to help government put compliance policy into practice.
A recent affiliate at Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society and former director on the board of Entrepreneurship for America, Suri’s public service included a stint on the White House National Economic Council.
While there, he saw how difficult it was for government agencies to ensure proper oversight. The system clearly failed in the wake of the housing crisis that brought the U.S. economy to the brink of total collapse… and the economy took nearly a decade to recover.
Suri’s company, MeWe, the “TurboTax for compliance,” was born out of his frustration with that experience.
Founded in 2014, the company raised a $2.3 million seed round earlier this year from investors, including Urban Us, the government technology and climate-focused early-stage investment fund, and the GovTech fund.
“I thought maybe there was a better way to get things done outside of government,” Suri said.
Read the full article at: https://techcrunch.com/2017/07/14/mewe-builds-a-bridge-between-government-and-business/
MeWe is a technology company that builds mobile software to streamline quality, safety, and compliance. Based in San Francisco, MeWe works with leading public and private sector organizations nationwide to help improve the health and safety of our communities. To learn more, visit us at www.mewe.org.