Naborforce, a fast-growing elder tech platform designed to connect aging adults to a network of trusted care providers for companionship and on-demand support, announced today that it will further expand its geographic reach to Bethesda, MD and Williamsburg, VA. “At Naborforce, our growing team is on a mission to reimagine quality, pre-care for older adults around the United States before more intensive care is needed,” said Paige Wilson, founder and CEO of Naborforce. “Our trusted network of Nabors is now ready and on demand in both Bethesda, MD, and Williamsburg, VA, as part of our continued expansion. By scaling our company further, Naborforce will make productive, connected, and joyous aging possible for more people in more locations.” Naborforce, which recently announced an oversubscribed and upsized Series Seed funding round of $2.5M, has seen the demand for social engagement, care, and support services grow since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic as older adults experience higher rates of isolation and loneliness. In the past six months, the increasing need for Naborforce’s services has grown the company’s revenue by over 1,000 percent. To meet the surging demand, Naborforce is adding Bethesda, MD, and Williamsburg, VA, to a geographic footprint that also includes Richmond, VA; Charlottesville, VA; Raleigh, NC; Wake County, NC; Chapel Hill, NC; and Durham, NC.