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This week Charles River Ventures, now known as CRV, announced that its new fund would make Silicon Valley the priority, formalizing a shift westward that has been going on for a few years now.
The founders of ThriveHive have never expected the Cambridge startup to be one of those companies that gains a huge user base virtually overnight. As they told me in an interview more than a year ago, scaling up its marketing software for the smallest of businesses—the ones with 10 or fewer employees—would necessarily take some time.