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Cherre Raises $50M in Growth Funding

Cherre, a Midtown Manhattan-based real estate data management and analytics platform, has raised $50 million in growth funding led by Trustbridge Partners. Additional participants include new investors Glilot Capital Partners and former Goldman Sachs Vice Chairman Mark Schwartz, along with current investors Intel Capital, Navitas Capital, Carthona Capital, and an expanded growth relationship with Silicon Valley Bank.

This new round will enable Cherre to continue expanding platform offerings, introduce and integrate additional partner data sets and applications, launch its customer advisory board and grow the team to support its rapid customer growth. 

Lior Litwak, managing partner at Glilot and Head of Glilot+, the firm’s early growth fund, said, “CRE is a massive sector that continues to grow quickly across the globe, yet it lacks the digital data infrastructure of other financial sectors. We believe that Cherre has built the right solution for addressing the data needs of all CRE players.”


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