Cincinnati startup founder Austin Allison talks about his real estate software company Dotloop, Inc.

Software entrepreneur defines success

CINCINNATI - What is it like to be a two-city CEO?

Dotloop Inc. founder Austin Allison, 27, spends a little more than half of his time in Cincinnati, where he owns a condo near Fountain Square. The remainder of his time he spends in San Francisco, where he rents an apartment near Dotloop's West Coast headquarters.

"The way that it works is by having great people," said Allison.

The real estate software company, founded in 2008, has reached 120 employees and is approaching $20 million in annual revenue. Allison talked about Dotloop's company culture, what motivates him and why he calls his employees "Loopers" in this video Q&A with WCPO Digital Reporter Dan Monk.

 

 

 

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