HandUp, the startup that helps homeless people, has been acquired

 In slightly bittersweet news, startup HandUp is selling itself to the Detroit-based South Oakland Shelter. This isn’t your typical Silicon Valley exit where the founders and investors made a bunch of money. HandUp CEO Rose Broome described it to me as a “primary philanthropic acquisition.” But it’s still a solid outcome for a startup that operates as a public benefit… Read More

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