The millennial-packed team at tech startup Trust & Will has raised $2 million to build the most unsexy software imaginable - tools to help average Joe's do their estate planning online.
It might sound boring, but the startup has had impressive traction since its inception. The team got their start at a San Diego pitch competition called Quick Pitch about 18 months ago, when two guys in their twenties nervously edged into a crowded room of investors to sell them a half-hatched idea they'd just cooked up weeks prior. The competition lets new companies compete for a chance to earn...
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