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Leverages your calendar data to help you get more done in less time

What Investors Say

Franchise Specialist and Owner
Invested $25,000 this round
I invested in Pav*r because of their mission to transform our calendar data into usable information. I love the focus on starting with a tool we’re already familiar with and expanding upon it to both see how we’re spending our time and using the data to create documents and reports we all need for our businesses.  The Founders, Jessica and Adam, have strong domain expertise when it comes to Google’s suite of applications, and previously built a successful business helping small businesses migrate to G Suite and teaching them how to use and leverage Google’s apps for increased productivity. I believe their expertise in both business and technology will help drive the company forward to success.  It was through their company they saw the needs gap for a tool like Pav*r and set out to create a technology solution everyone can use.  I am most impressed by their organic growth and the adaptability of Pav*r to fit a multitude of business and personal needs.  I look forward to seeing their continued growth and the transformations that will come from first party calendar data.

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In the news

Louisville entrepreneurs find success in crowdfunding during Covid-19 pandemic - Louisville Business First
November 10, 2020
In the months leading up to the Covid-19 crisis, Louisville entrepreneur Jessica Bledsoe was bootstrapping her startup business, Pav*r, with the profits from her existing company, RCN Technologies. Bledsoe, who owned both Google Cloud-based businesses with husband Adam, knew Pav*r would need a seed round of funding to continue to grow at some point in the near future.
This Louisville-based startup can turn your calendar into useable data (Video) - Louisville Business First
September 16, 2020
Jessica Bledsoe isn't a first-time founder. In fact, it was her already-established business that led to her newest venture: Pavr. Bledsoe co-founded RCN Technologies LLC with her husband, Adam, in 2013. The Louisville tech company uses cloud-based technologies to engineer custom systems to increase business efficiency.
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