Pave launches a robust platform to track and report startup compensation

The San Francisco-based startup and recent graduate of YC Combinator, has developed a software platform to help track and report the ins and outs of compensation at various levels.


As part of a (global) push to bring transparency and accountability in the way private companies pay their employees, firms like Glassdoor have emerged as clear solutions.


Even still, with a rise in venture capital and venture-backed firms, the general public has expressed a need for some of the tightly-held firms to pop the hood on their operations and to show just how much they pay their workers.



Pave, a San Francisco-based startup and recent graduate of YC Combinator, has developed a software platform to help track and report the ins and outs of compensation at various levels.


The tech firm has thus far attracted some big names in the world of venture capital. Andreessen Horowitz recently participated in Pave’s $16 million Series A funding round and as a result, Marc Andreessen will take a board observer seat, along with Kristina Shen, a general partner at A16z.

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