Kinglet, a Baltimore-based platform that allows offices to lease small space units, plans to expand to D.C. next year. The company just closed a $500,000 angel round, as reported by Technical.ly Baltimore.
Jeff Jacobson, Kinglet’s cofounder and CMO, said in a release that the funding will allow Kinglet to expand to Washington and Philadelphia, as well as boost hiring.
“Hiring talented developers will also be a priority as we continue to provide an innovative online marketplace for landlords, entrepreneurs and small businesses,” Jacobson said.
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