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Founded Year



Series B | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$23.5M | 6 mos ago



About MeetElise

MeetElise is a technology firm dedicated to modernizing the apartment leasing experience through artificial intelligence and automation. The company’s human-like AI leasing agent, Elise, helps property management teams of all sizes deliver exceptional customer service, maximize leasing revenue, and streamline communications for prospective renters and leasing staff across the country.

MeetElise Headquarter Location

205 E 42nd St 20th Floor

New York, New York, 10017,

United States


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Latest MeetElise News

Epic Games Received $2B, Formations Got $8M, and More Seattle Tech...

Apr 20, 2022

Photo: Shutterstock The Seattle tech scene continues to grow and make headlines. Keep reading to learn about the latest news from Google, Epic Games and more. This is the Built In Seattle weekly refresh. Google continues to expand. Google is one of the largest employers in the world and now employs 7,200 full-time employees in the state of Washington alone. Google’s offices in Seattle and Kirkland contribute to most of Google’s products. Google is looking to add even more workers, with 900 positions  available in Seattle. [Built In Seattle] Epic Games received $2B. Epic Games, the creator behind Fortnite, received $2 billion from Sony and KIRKBI. The funding is intended to create a gaming metaverse, something Epic Games has shown interest and experience in. [Built In Seattle] SEATTLE TECH QUOTE OF THE WEEK “Solopreneurs have been left to figure things out on their own for too long despite their growing into the largest workforce in America, while the corporations have attracted all the technology and financial attention. We are very excited to be moving onto the next milestone with our new funding and offer the burgeoning number of self-employed the right financial tools they require to build their own business from the start.” – Formations co-founder and CEO Shahar Plinner Formations gained $8M. Formations is a CFO-as-a-Service platform that helps self-employed workers with their finances. The Series A round will be used to expand on its fintech solution and continue to work for self-employed individuals. [Built In Seattle] Shipium gained $27.5M. Shipium helps e-commerce businesses streamline their shipping operations to offer fast and free shipping to their customers. The Series A round will allow the company to offer more features and integrations. [Built In Seattle] Knock CRM partnered with MeetElise . Seattle-based Knock CRM is the developer of a management platform and CRM for owners and managers of multifamily properties. The company partnered with MeetElise, an AI-powered leasing agent, allowing Knock to use MeetElise to streamline leasing communications with renters. [PR Newswire]  Seattle startup guides

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  • When was MeetElise founded?

    MeetElise was founded in 2017.

  • Where is MeetElise's headquarters?

    MeetElise's headquarters is located at 205 E 42nd St, New York.

  • What is MeetElise's latest funding round?

    MeetElise's latest funding round is Series B.

  • How much did MeetElise raise?

    MeetElise raised a total of $31.93M.

  • Who are MeetElise's competitors?

    Competitors of MeetElise include Dynasty Marketplace and 1 more.

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