Managed by Q, the platform that helps office managers handle day-to-day operations, has made its first acquisition, picking up Y Combinator graduates Hivy for an undisclosed amount.Managed By Q lets office managers book cleanings, handy work, IT help, and order office supplies thanks to a partnership with Staples. MBQ has raised upwards of $72 million and now serves New York, Chicago, San… Read More
NYS Entity Status
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MAY 08, 2013
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - EMPRESS OFFICE MANAGEMENT & CLERICAL SERVICES INCORPORATED
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