A small tech startup owned in part by Jared Kushner’s brother’s investment firm got a seat at last month’s White House tech summit organized by Kushner, The Wall Street Journal reports. - Healthy People Lifestyle Journal

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Saturday, 15 July 2017

A small tech startup owned in part by Jared Kushner’s brother’s investment firm got a seat at last month’s White House tech summit organized by Kushner, The Wall Street Journal reports.

A small tech startup owned in part by Jared Kushner’s brother’s investment firm got a seat at last month’s White House tech summit organized by Kushner, The Wall Street Journal reports

Critics have scrutinized the company’s relatively small size and valuation compared to other attendees, which included Apple and other major Silicon Valley companies. Kushner was on the board of the investor, Thrive Capital, when it bought a stake in OpenGov. Kushner sold his share in Thrive to his brother earlier this year. A staffer in Kushner’s innovation office said that it was the aide’s idea, not Kushner’s, to invite OpenGov.

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