The Tulsa World
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Tulsa-based ReTenant has received $150,000 from the i2E-managed Oklahoma Seed Capital Fund.
ReTenant developed and marketed a smartphone app that allows apartment managers to connect with tenants through news feeds, direct messaging, service requests and a click-to-call function for getting in touch with apartment staff.
“This round of funding guarantees that ReTenant can develop a sales strategy both in and outside of Oklahoma and continue to develop our unique and unmatched white label app,” said Rania Nasreddine, CEO of ReTenant.
The Oklahoma Seed Capital Fund has invested in 16 Oklahoma-based startups since 2008.
ReTenant was in the first class of 2013’s i2E’s Immersion Program.