DeepWork Capital Managing Partner Mitchel Laskey was one of 50 selected in the Finance & Insurance category in the Florida Trend Florida 500 list.
Lil Roberts, CEO of DeepWork Capital’s newest portfolio company Xendoo, was recently featured in the South Florida Business Journal as one of their ‘2019 Power Leaders in Technology.’
TAO Connect has officially announced the extension of its partnership with the University of South Carolina that has engaged with over 700 students since it first launched in the Fall of 2017.
Embarc Collective created an open-source list to recognize women founders and investors to collectively better distribute opportunities for Florida's tech community. DeepWork's Managing Partner Kathy Chiu, as well as many of our awesome portfolio founders, are on the list - Suneera Madhani (Fattmerchant), Chitra K. (PikMyKid), Julia MacGregor-Peralta (Global Safety Management), Sherry Benton, (TAO Connect), Stacie Ruth (AireHealth), Lillian Roberts (Xendoo).
Fattmerchant recently celebrated five years of business and has seen the business blossom to over 5,000 customers and $5B in payments. CEO/Founder Suneera Madhani took some time to reflect and share her five business lessons from the first five years of Fattmerchant.
Tampa-based Homee talks about their business and what lies ahead for the high-growth company on Atlanta & Company.
Fattmerchant's co-founders Suneera Madhani and Sal Rehmetullah recently spoke to Middle Market Growth Magazine about the early days of the company’s journey, and how they now have achieved four consecutive years of revenue growth exceeding 200% and grown to 100 employees.
Estrellas Digitales®, an award that honors the influencer community, chose Streann as the premier technology to help influencers engage and monetize audiences. Streann received the award due to the innovative personalization tools, like Live Polls, Live Trivia Games, Social Media multi-streaming and Data-Driven Content.
Homee today announced that it’s raised $15 million in series B funding led by Forte Ventures, with participation from DeepWork Capital, Liberty Mutual Strategic Ventures, Active Capital Partners, Florida Funders, and Engage. The capital infusion, which also saw contributions from strategic investors The Hartford, State Farm Ventures, and Ferguson Ventures, brings Homee’s total raised to nearly $30 million.
Inc Magazine ranked Fattmerchant No. 217 on its 38th annual Inc. 5000 list. The payment technology company also secured a top ten spot in the financial services category. The annual list takes a comprehensive look at the most important segment of the economy – America’s independent entrepreneurs. Disruptive tech companies such as Yelp, Carvana, Marketo, and Zillow all gained early national exposure as Inc. 5000 honorees.