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Jun 25th 2020 - Aug 4th 2020

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Pass the Keys is a leading short-let tech platform operating in 20 cities across the UK. Till date, the company has hosted 30,000+ guests and earned £15 million for its hosts. The company lists a landlord's property on appropriate portals, finds relevant guests for an event or function, looks after their needs, and even takes care of cleaning up the venue after an event. The company's end-to-end technology automates the majority of the tasks such as job scheduling, invoicing, calendar syncing, and pricing with reliable support staff ready to assist with any eventuality. The company has achieved good ratings on Google reviews, Trustpilot and Glassdoor. The company will use 50% of the investment to expand its franchise, 30% for product development, and 20% for training personnel and supporting infrastructure.

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  • Internet Business Awards Category Award Winner 2015
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