Imperial College startup TRACK boosted by tech venture fund

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A startup founded by two former Imperial students that helps homeowners organise their property finances has received a boost from Europe’s leading property technology VC.

Imperial College said that London-based property technology venture capital firm Pi Labs has selected a startup called TRACK as one of six property technology startups for its London-based growth programme.

The initiative provides funding, mentorship, office space, and opportunities for collaboration for young startups in the property sector.

Track founders: Oakes and McCaughey picked up by Pi Labs

TRACK, was founded by Byron McCaughey and Henry Oakes, former Full Time MBA students at Imperial College Business School. It was designed to help homeowners to plan and make smart decisions about their property.

The app provides users with instant home valuations and projections, synchronises their mortgage balance direct from their lender, and gives a real-time breakdown of each owner's financial stake.

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