Harris Capital invests $1.8 million

Gavl was featured in the Australian Financial Review last week announcing Geoff Harris investing a further $1.8 million to develop our product offering.

From the Australian Financial Review’s article Rich Lister Geoff Harris invests $1.8m in Gavl:

Mr Harris first invested in Gavl late last year, run by former Hawthorn AFL footballer Joel Smith. The pair met when Mr Harris was a Hawthorn director between 2004 and 2013.

Gavl is now developing technology that it claims will eventually add digital contract signing, deposit transfer facilitation between buyer and seller via the agent and 360-degree camera and Artificial Intelligence integration.

Read the Financial Review article now.

Or check out Elite Agent’s Live-stream auction app secures $1.8 million in funding.

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