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Snell & Wilmer Advises Solar Sales Platform and Marketplace Quativa as it Secures $7 Million Series A Financing Round Led by Blueprint Equity

November 17, 2021

LOS ANGELES – Snell & Wilmer advised client Quativa, Inc. (Quativa), a revolutionary residential solar sales platform and marketplace, in its $7 million growth equity investment by software and technology-focused growth equity firm Blueprint Equity. 

Quativa is a software platform and marketplace for the residential solar ecosystem. Its all-in-one solution streamlines residential solar projects by connecting sales teams to homeowners, lenders, and solar installation companies through a single application, through which the entire transaction takes place. "This funding will fuel the ongoing development of our first-of-its-kind sales platform for the solar industry which links solar sales teams, installers, homeowners, and lenders. It will also help us accelerate our roadmap for the future – broader coverage, upgraded usability, and new tools – we couldn’t be more excited about the future," said Dallen Gietz, Co-Founder and CEO of Quativa in a recent press release.

Rose Sorensen led the Snell & Wilmer team advising Quativa in the deal. The diverse team also included Imeabasi Ibok (corporate), Bahar Schippel (tax), Greg Gautam (employee benefits), R. Lee Fraley and Gabrielle Morlock (intellectual property).

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