Greenlight's Products & Differentiation
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Greenlight is a comprehensive, all-in-one money management platform built for families that offers a suite of financial services. It includes a parent-managed debit card, companion app and educational resources that teach young people critical financial skills. Using Greenlight, parents can automate allowance, manage chores, set flexible spend controls and enable their kids to become investors. Kids explore lessons in earning, saving, spending, giving, and investing while learning to make real-world tradeoff decisions.
When was Greenlight founded?
Greenlight was founded in 2014.
Where is Greenlight's headquarters?
Greenlight's headquarters is located at 75 5th Street NW, Atlanta.
What is Greenlight's latest funding round?
Greenlight's latest funding round is Series D.
How much did Greenlight raise?
Greenlight raised a total of $556.5M.
Who are the investors of Greenlight?
Investors of Greenlight include TTV Capital, Canapi Ventures, Wells Fargo Strategic Capital, Fin Venture Capital, Bond and 19 more.
Who are Greenlight's competitors?
Competitors of Greenlight include Copper, UNest, Petal, Gimi, Wingocard and 10 more.
What products does Greenlight offer?
Greenlight's products include Greenlight.
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