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    Tech Square Ventures Leads Investment in Cloverly
    Cloverly, the leading API for carbon offsetting, today announced a growth investment from Tech Square Ventures, a leading early-stage investment firm. Tech Square will be joined in the round by the Softbank Opportunity Fund, Panoramic Ventures, Knoll Ventures, SaaS Ventures and Circadian Ventures.
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    How did Atlanta become a top breeding ground for billion-dollar startups in the Southeast?
    Another member of the new school of investors that’s changing Atlanta’s investment scene is Patton; whose work with Tech Square Ventures and Engage, the corporate venture capital investment firm and startup initiative harnessing the power of a number of the biggest companies in Atlanta, also galvanized entrepreneurship and the newfound interest in startup tech companies.
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    CFO of the Year: Joelle Fox built Tech Square Ventures’ financial infrastructure
    Tech Square Ventures CFO & Operating Partner Joelle Fox is a finalist for the Small Private Company CFO of the Year Award in Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 2021 CFO of the Year Awards in partnership with the Association for Corporate Growth Atlanta.
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    Seattle startup Yesler raises $3.3M for its B2B lumber and building materials marketplace
    Matt Meyers can build anything he wants, thanks to his decades in the lumber and building materials space. Instead of building with wood, however, he is choosing to build software. His company Yesler, a B2B marketplace for lumber and building materials, today raised $3.3 million led by Tech Square Ventures with participation from PSL Ventures, SeaChange Fund, and Ascend.vc.