Google Maps co-founder Lars Rasmussen invests in Ask Wire

Real estate data analytics company Ask Wire has now secured a strategic investment from Lars Rasmussen, a prominent figure in the technology industry known for co-founding Google Maps and being the head of engineering of Facebook.

Rasmussen will also be joining Ask Wire as a technology adviser overseeing the company’s expansion across the Balkans.
Ask Wire, established in Cyprus and Greece, helps clients understand their properties through data, allowing them to base decisions on facts, automate decision-making, and productise advisory. By understanding properties through data, its clients can make better-informed decisions, enhance sales, manage risk, and streamline operations, leading to innovative real estate strategies and solutions. The company recently announced its entry to the Romanian market via InnovX, a technology accelerator backed by BCR, Romania’s largest bank.
Lars Rasmussen stated: “I am thrilled to be part of a company that shares my vision for a more transparent and empowered world. Ask Wire is at the forefront of using data to bring transparency to the real estate industry, and in doing so, it empowers people to make better-informed decisions. The potential for positive impact is immense.”
Pavlos Loizou, CEO of Ask Wire, said: “With Lars on board, Ask Wire is poised for tremendous growth. His guidance will be crucial as we navigate the ever-evolving landscape of technology and seek to provide our customers with the best possible solutions. We are honoured to have him as part of our team and are confident that his involvement will help propel Ask Wire to new heights.”

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