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Aug. 17, 2018 12:57 pm

A new Reston HQ is giving StreetShares more room to grow

After doubling the size of its team, the fintech company providing small business financing has a new home.

Inside StreetShares' new office.

(Photo via StreetShares)

StreetShares moved to a new headquarters in Reston, Va., as the fintech startup seeks to provide more space for its growing team.

The startup announced a move to 1900 Campus Commons Drive this week.

StreetShares offers a marketplace to provide financing such as loans and and lines of credit for small businesses, and has a focus on helping veterans starting businesses.

The 10,3000 sq. ft. space will four times the size of its office of the last four years in Isaac Newton Square. In terms of layout, the space keeps things open with teams working together in pods, “no cubicles or offices allowed,” CEO Mark Rockefeller said in the announcement.

StreetShares closed on $23 million in Series B funding in January. At the time, the company had 35 employees. Since January, the company has doubled the size of its team, and plans more hiring. Technical roles are in the current mix of openings.

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