Just another manic monday in the startup world. Here’s a recap of some stories that caught our eye.
A small real estate startup in Hartford, CT has launched. Called My Home Pro Network, they offer a cloud-based software that allows realty brokerages and agents to create online profiles listing their trusted contractors, attorneys, mortgage lenders and other service providers. Will hire 6 by end of year. Read more here.
Two Seattle startups are laying off workers. Qumulo, a startup that specializes is software for managing storage in data centers, cut 24 workers, according to a Geekwire report. Chef, a startup that makes server management software, also laid off an unknown number of workers. Read more here.
inDinero, of Portland, OR has moved into bigger offices. They plan to expand their accounting software company and hire as many as 120 more people. They have jobs for accounting and customer service jobs, along with a handful of management and executive jobs. Read about it.
Massachusetts based OnShape, a developer of CAD software for engineers, has raised another $25 million in funding, according to a regulatory filing. They are hiring for engineering talent, marketing and sales. See their career site.
Online tutoring company MathCrunch rebranded as Yup on Thursday and raised $4 million to help to start helping students with physics and chemistry homework, in addition to math. They are hiring in San Franciso. Email firstname.lastname@example.org