Guesty Stock

guesty.comReal Estate / Real Estate Products & ServicesFounded: 2013Funding to Date: $59.27MM

Guesty is a software development company focusing on the travel and hospitality sector. Guesty was founded by brothers Amiad and Koby Soto in 2013 and is headquartered in Covina, CA. Guesty Platform users range from enterprise-level property managers to individual hosts and use it with the goal of streamlining the rental journey, from property listing and booking management to financial transactions and customer relationship management. The platform has built-in CRM capabilities, analytics, accounting tools, and payment services.

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Management Team

Koby Soto
Co-Founder and Board Member
Vered Schwarz
Chief Operating Officer
Amiad Soto
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Yair Holtzer
Chief Revenue Officer
Gil Wasserman
Chief Technology Officer

Board Members

Natalie Refuah
Viola Growth
Emanuel Timor
Vertex Ventures Israel
Modi Rosen
Magma Venture Partners
Alexander Konoplyasty
Flashpoint Venture Capital
Shahar Tzafrir
Magma Venture Partners

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News Highlights

Guesty snaps up $130M at $900M valuation to help property managers list on Airbnb and beyond

In Series F funding, Guesty raised $130 million with lead investors such as KKR and Apax Funds.

Guesty nabs $170M to double down on property management tools

Guesty built a platform to manage property listings across multiple sites like Airbnb, Vrbo, Expedia and -- and just raised $170 million.

Property Management Platform Company Guesty Raises $35 Million

Guesty, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based property management platform, recently announced it raised $35 million in Series C funding led by Viola Growth.

Guesty, a tech platform for property managers on Airbnb and other rental sites, raises $35M – TechCrunch

The growth of Airbnb — and likewise other platforms like, VRBO and HomeAway for listing and renting short-term accommodation in private homes — has spawned an ecosystem of other businesses and services, from those who make money renting their homes, to cleaning companies tha…
Updated on: Jul 25, 2024


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