Tom PaineQuewey, the Center City-based business Q&A site that pivoted last month to matching people with common professional interests amd bringing them together for social meetups, is moving out of its Rittenhouse Square offices by the end of September.
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I'm not drawing any conclusions about what this might mean; I reached out to the company for comment but haven't received any response yet. The website is still live, but I haven't seen any other word from Quewey about what might be happening.
Quewey has raised $350,000 from angel investors, according to FormDs.com. Founded by ICG executive and Wharton MBA Matthew J. Safaii (ICG was not an investor) and launched in March, the startup's original concept was built around using LinkedIn to qualify the background and expertise of contributors to the Q&A site. But it never seemed to get much traction in building a user base before moving to its new format last month.