LOS ANGELES, CA - March 7, 2019

CoLiving software, Kndrd, has become part of the inaugural Techstars program: The Arcadis City of 2030 Accelerator, Powered by Techstars, in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Along with 9 other startups, Kndrd was chosen from a global pool of thousands of competitive innovators, representing the best and brightest of technologies that will define the future of urban environments.

Kndrd was born in August of 2018, but utilizes years of development led by Rob Bertholf and Rene Schultz, 2 of the technical Co-Founders.

“Kndrd’s early entrance into the CoLiving sector, combined with the CEOs thought leadership on the subject matter was an immediate draw for the program,” – stated David Mendez, managing director from Techstars.

This CLMS (CoLiving Management Software) solution is the first to launch, and has been growing at an rapid pace. Rest assured, Kndrd will not be slowing down by entering this program -- in fact, they plan to use this time in Amsterdam to expand integration with the European and international markets. This opportunity will allow for even greaterpenetration into the needs of global residents and their respective pain points.

“It was important for Arcadis to find solutions aligned to the work we are already doing in cities. These 10 startups are identifying and developing experiences that will drastically improve - based on innovative applications of technologies - the way businesses and governments can meet the changing needs of people living in and around cities,” added Patrick van Hoof, Global Director Innovation at Arcadis.

Along with earning their spot in the accelerator, Kndrd has also garnered the attention of leading coliving brands for its capacity to provide private-label solutions that power the management of thousands of beds. And now, with the Techstars Arcadis City of 2030 Accelerator soon under their belt, it may not be long before the urban landscape changes is trnsformed - for the better.

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