Rheaply: Pioneering B2B asset reuse through technology

Rheaply's leadership team (from L to R): CTO Peter Tucker, CPO Tyler Skelton and CEO Garry Cooper © Rheaply

Through its SaaS platform, this Chicago-based startup finds success in the under-served corporate second-hand market, essential to any successful circular economy, recently landing $8m Series A 

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Recycling is now a common word in corporate and consumer lexicon, but its logical precursor, reuse, while enjoying some success among individuals, is in its infancy at the industrial and corporate levels. Rheaply – a circular economy asset management platform and second-hand marketplace – is pioneering B2B reuse across all business sectors. It even employs gamification to encourage reuse among employees.
Founded in 2016 by CEO Garry Cooper, who has a PhD in neuroscience, and developers Tyler Skelton (CPO) and Peter Tucker (CTO), Rheaply’s SaaS platform called Asset Exchange Manager (AxM) fa...
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