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Team

Management Team

Ted Power
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Thomas Moore
Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer

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News Highlights

Bend is taking on Brex and Ramp with a green twist and a $2.5M seed round
Power and co-founder Thomas Moore started Bend to help companies tackle their Scope 3 emissions. The startup began by selling access to its API for carbon accounting, but the team soon shifted focus to the corporate spend market. Like many other credit cards, Bend offers rewards, though not the usual cash back or points-based fare. Instead, it offers carbon offsets. The company is announcing a $2.5 million seed round, TechCrunch+ has exclusively learned.
Updated on: Feb 24, 2024

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