Jeff Rumage
News Reporter at Built In
Expertise: Tech journalism
Education: University of Wisconsin-Madison

Jeff Rumage is a tech news reporter for Built In. Before joining Built In in 2021, he worked as a reporter and editor for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Patch and the Oconomowoc Enterprise. He earned a bachelor’s degree in political science and communications from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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Hype co-founder and CEO Nick Chen poses for a photo with his head resting in his hand
Formerly known as Pico, the NYC-based startup now offers 11 pre-made kits that meet the diverse needs of content creators.
The Spiral credit card and banking app.
Catch up on the NYC tech news you might have missed last week.
DataDome employees wearing blue DataDome sweatshirts stand in the grass surrounded by trees.
The company’s cybersecurity solutions are used by notable clients like Rakuten, Reddit and AngelList.
LeapXpert’s co-founders are Avi Pardo (left), Dima Gutzeit (center), and Rina Charles (right).
The platform allows financial services professionals to message clients using their preferred mode of communication.
Amogy co-founder and CEO Seonghoon Woo appears above the Built In Weekly Refresh logo.
Catch up on the NYC tech news you might have missed last week.
A woman holds her smartphone with her child on her lap. A nearby screenshot shows a list of virtual care providers available on the Maven platform.
More than 70 of Maven’s partner employers have employees in the U.K.
A view of the Flatiron Building from Fifth Avenue in New York City.
Three years after the pandemic began, New York City continues to attract tech companies.
A tugboat built in 1957 is fueled by Amogy's ammonia power.
The Brooklyn startup will use the funding to bring its first product to market in 2024.
Parker co-founders Yacine Sibous (left) and Milan Ray (right) sit on a brown leather couch.
The NYC startup also raised $70 million in debt financing, which includes an option to upsize to $120 million.
Pfizer’s NYC headquarters.
Catch up on the NYC tech news you might have missed last week.
Pictured from left are the founders of Zurp, Comun, Canary, Pressto and Plural.
These emerging startups might be working on the next big tech innovations.
Mitiga was co-founded by CTO Ofer Maor, CEO Tal Mozes and COO Ariel Parnes. They are pictured side-by-side in front of a window.
The NYC startup takes a proactive, automated approach to protecting cloud and SaaS environments.