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Inhabi co-founders to take a backseat in company management, on the search for new partners

Citing “professional and personal reasons,” Inhabi co-founders Jameel Farruk and David Friedman will take a step back from the management of their landlord and renter matchmaking service, Farruk told Technically Philly last week. The team is looking for a strategic partnership in the real estate industry or additional team members to steer the company, which […]

Left to right: Inhabi co-founders Jameel Farruk and David Friedman. Photo lovingly stolen from the Philadelphia City Paper.

Left to right: Inhabi co-founders Jameel Farruk and David Friedman. Photo lovingly stolen from the Philadelphia City Paper.

Citing “professional and personal reasons,” Inhabi co-founders Jameel Farruk and David Friedman will take a step back from the management of their landlord and renter matchmaking service, Farruk told Technically Philly last week.

The team is looking for a strategic partnership in the real estate industry or additional team members to steer the company, which launched at Philly Tech Meetup nearly a year ago, since Farruk and Friedman can no longer work full time on it.

The co-founders have ideas about how to pivot Inhabi‘s business model, Farruk says, but since they funded the company all on their own, they don’t have the time or resources to implement those plans.

Farruk says he hopes Inhabi can find local partners to push the business forward.

Companies: Inhabi

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