Charli Renken
News Reporter at Built In
Expertise: San Francisco and Boston Tech News
Education: B.A. in Creative Writing and Literature from Santa Fe University of Art and Design

Charli Renken is a news reporter covering the tech industry in Boston, San Francisco and other markets. Their work has also appeared in publications including Fandom Forward, Block Club Chicago and the Denver Post.

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green blockchain
Jul 07, 2022
Rubix’s “Proof-of-Pledge” is a reliable, green alternative to traditional blockchain protocol.
shutterstock arlington bridge memorial during rush hour
Jul 06, 2022
Learn about the top five funding rounds from last month and how companies are putting the capital to use.
dc future 5 q2 2022
Jun 30, 2022
Here are five early-stage D.C. tech companies to keep your eye on.
meaningful gigs co-founders Steph Nachemja-Bunton, Ronnie Kwesi, and Max Farago
Jun 29, 2022
Meaningful Gigs began before the pandemic, but it's one of many companies primed for the remote revolution.
Level Access' CEO Tim Springer
Jun 15, 2022
Over 96 percent of the internet’s top websites are not fully accessible. These two companies aim to change that.
Jun 14, 2022
OneVillage helps users keep loved ones updated and connect with other cancer patients and survivors.
Jun 09, 2022
Boeing made a similar move just last month.
Preciate founder and CEO Ed Stevens
Jun 08, 2022
Over 3,300 companies use Preciate to build more authentic connections between employees.
azalio founders
Jun 06, 2022
The company recently launched out of stealth with $2 million in seed funding.
Expel team
Jun 06, 2022
Connected assets, those that integrate operational technology with IT, are becoming a more popular method of creating deeper understandings of a company’s physical and digital assets.
National Mall Skyline Washington Monument and Thomas Jefferson Memorial
Jun 01, 2022
See which companies raked in the most venture capital last month and what they plan to do next.
indigov's team
May 26, 2022
The platform has automated over 70 percent of incoming mail for representatives, reducing response times from over 45 days to less than eight hours.