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Accevia private alpha launch!

by on August 11, 2010

Our new homepage!

Hi, it’s been a while since we last posted anything on our blog. But we definitely have news – Accevia is finally in private alpha. For those of you who knew us when we were investAway, we hope you like the new and *improved* version! If you want to sign up to be one of our rockstar test users, email for an invite code. Also, follow us @accevia if you were previously following us @investaway.

We’ve had a whole load of new changes at Accevia recently. As a quick background on us – investAway was a class project at Stanford and our premise was basically to create something that would literally and figuratively broaden our investment horizon. Our idea was to help people out there, like us, who want to know what’s cool and hip in the world of investing, especially since there are so many new ideas and startups out there. More than just talking about these cool services, we wanted to make them accessible – whether it be Registered Investment Advisors (RIAs) who only take on filthy rich clients or niche startups who’re just getting started – we wanted our users to be the first to know about them and to use them (think better deals!).

We’re still on the same path and thankfully, with all the help of SSE Labs (Stanford’s very own startup incubator), we’ve rebranded as Accevia.

We’re using this blog as a way to talk about the financial services and tools that we find fascinating and worth using. As we’re a team made up of a recent grad (who is still bumming at Stanford!) and a current student – we are going to focus on the tools that are free and really easy to get started with.

Stay tuned!

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