Charli Renken
News Reporter at Built In
Expertise: Boston and San Francisco Tech News
Education: B.A. in Creative Writing and Literature from Santa Fe University of Art and Design

Charli Renken is a Built In news reporter covering the technology industry in Boston, San Francisco and other markets. Their work has also appeared in Block Club Chicago, the Denver Post and other outlets.

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The Long Wharf in Boston
Find out which tech companies raised the largest funding rounds last month.
SideChannel’s CEO Brian Haugli. in front of a blue, purple, and green background with a large padlock to the left
The venture has been a success so far. This past year SideChannel grew its revenue by 114 percent.
The Engine's new office space
Here’s the biggest news from Boston’s tech scene last week.
Executives from this quarter’s Boston Future 5 companies.
These emerging startups are launching the next wave of local tech innovation.
Wasabi CEO and co-founder David Friend poses in front of a park
Wasabi offers enterprise cloud storage for a fraction of the cost of larger cloud storage brands.
Boston's skyline
Here’s what you missed last week in Boston tech news.
Indigenized Energy Initiative's team posing in front of evergreen trees.
The initiative seeks to support tech-based entrepreneurs striving to make a positive social change.
Jars of water in various states of murkiness with ZwitterCo's logo on the fronts.
Here’s the latest tech news from Boston.
ZwitterCo plans to accelerate the development of its hydrophilic membrane by opening an innovation center just north of Boston.
Harvard university
The alliance will provide funding to the Harvard Quantum Initiative for faculty-led research.
tidelift CEO donald fischer
The company’s Series C now totals $33.5 million.
boston refresh
Here’s what you may have missed missed in the Boston tech scene last week.