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Thrive   —  
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The Thrive Mission

Thrive is a funded startup with a big idea: we're changing how people in their twenties and thirties deal with their money.

We believe that handling your finances doesn't have to be dull, stressful or expensive. We're looking to put out of business Opportunistic Personal Finance companies that intimidate our friends, family, and peers (all 40M of them) when it matters most -- when we're young and not yet wealthy or secure. In order to help people answer the question "What do I do with my money?", we're building a web application that shows you what's most important to pay attention to and what you can do about it.

Our Team

We are a band of mad scientists and business ninjas.

Life at Thrive

Thrive was conceived when our founders noticed that their peers had
little access to simple and credible financial planning. Denied access
to traditional financial advisers, people in their twenties and
thirties have neither the time nor the expertise for effective
do-it-yourself financial management. As a result, misguided financial
decisions and poor timing cost young adults billions of dollars

To combat this, we're building an online personal finance company
( to help people in their twenties and thirties
gain control over their financial lives. We start by organizing a
user's finances and highlighting the pieces that matter most. Then, by
learning from their unique behavior and perception of money, we
provide highly personalized advice to help them achieve their goals.

Thrive Locations

Name Address Employees
Headquarters 265 Canal St, New York, NY 10013, USA 10
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