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Location Analytics Made Simple. (Y Combinator W14)

Do you want to help Y Combinator-backed PiinPoint change the way organizations use location analytics? If you want to join a team where you can have direct impact on the development of the business, integrate your years of experience into a high growth startup, and build your own team we want to hear from you. Read More
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What We're Building

PiinPoint is changing the way organizations use location analytics around the world. Our solution enables businesses to find the best locations for expansion throughout the world and we do it in seconds. Our modern day SAAS solution is easy to use, always up to date, and far cheaper than any other solution. It delivers in depth analysis that can tell you exactly where your target market is, how many cars drive by a location, what commercial real estate is available and much more.

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PiinPoint Team

Jim Robeson
CEO & Co-Founder of PiinPoint (YC W14)
Adam Saunders
Co-Founder of @PiinPoint. University of Waterloo Geomatics and Computer Science. Developer of data visualization and location analytics tools.
George Lifchits
Full stack developer. Previously @PiinPoint, co-founder @Beagle . Business and computer science double degree @Wilfrid Laurier University.
Andrei Balulescu
GIS Developer @PiinPoint Previous: Founded AMB Geomatics Consultng, MSc in GIS from UWaterloo. GIS in the public sector.

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PiinPoint Investors

Klaus von Sayn-Wittgenstein
CEO Family Office Sayn-Wittgenstein
Devon Galloway
Co-Founder
Michael Richard Litt
YC S11 - Founder of Vidyard, Founder of PhoneWreck (top mobile blog), Redwoods Media (video production), Systems Eng (Honours) at U Waterloo.
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