Quid Stock

quid.comEnterprise Software / Data IntelligenceFounded: 2010Funding to Date: $105.52MM

Quid is a new way to help employees of privately-held companies get the liquidity they need to pay for life today. Quid allows users to receive cash for their stock’s value and pay no out-of-pocket fees and can loan funds within 36 hours of signing a term sheet. This company was founded by Anthony Tucker, Josh Berman, and Samit Varma in 2018 and is headquartered in Los Angeles, CA.

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Team

Management Team

Angela Bakker-Lee Ph.D
Chief Strategy Officer
Dan Buczaczer
Chief Marketing Officer
Vishal Singhania
Director of Product Management
Sinohe Terrero
Chief Financial Officer & Chief Operating Officer
Charles Lho Ph.D
Co-Founder & Chairman
Bob Goodson
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Saravanan Subbiah
Chief Technology Officer
Kate Wiggin
Vice President of Business Operations

Board Members

Michael Harden
ARTIS Ventures
Charles Lho Ph.D
Hiro Tamura
Atomico
Robin Pringle
Qurate Retail Group
Max Levchin
Michael Patsalos-Fox

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News Highlights

MarTech Interview with Paige R Leidig, CMO at NetBase Quid

NetBase Quid is the next generation consumer and market intelligence platform, delivering contextual insights to reveal business trends, connect with consumers, and understand the story behind competitors and the market. The platform uses advanced artificial intelligence to process billions of indexed resources

Private Company Employees Tap Quid to Exercise Their Earned Equity, Circumventing Costly Out of Pocket Exercise Fees

Press Release Quid, a smart liquidity tool for private stock shareholders, solves a common pain point for employees at high-growth startups: the inability to afford extremely expensive option exercise costs before an IPO. Before Quid, if employees wanted to exercise...

Quid raises $320M to loan money to startup employees using their equity as collateral – TechCrunch

Startups that take time to scale before going public or getting acquired can represent big, if long-term, returns for employees that hold equity in them. Big, because tech companies have proven to be some of the most valuable in the world when it comes to exits; long-term, because it might take yea…
Updated on: Jul 23, 2024

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