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.
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.
Fattmerchant today announces its fifth year anniversary. Fattmerchant is Florida’s fastest-growing fintech company and is on track to have more than 100 employees by the end of 2019 – a 100 percent increase from 2018. In just five years, Fattmerchant has soared to 5,000 customers, processing over $5 billion in payments
Fattmerchant has been selected as a recipient of Orlando Business Journal’s 2019 Fast 50: Central Florida’s Fastest Growing Companies award. The annual list recognizes the region’s fastest-growing firms, ranked by percentage of revenue growth between 2016 and 2018. Orlando Business Journal recognized Fattmerchant for its prosperity and 350 percent growth experienced over three years, placing the company third on the list and making it the No. 1 fastest growing fintech company in Central Florida.
Fattmerchant founder and CEO Suneera Madhani was recently on the cover of i4 Business Magazine.
Fattmerchant CEO and co-founder Suneera Madhani speaks to Thrive Global about the story behind Fattmerchant, how to build up a strong company culture, and how she inspires other moms and dads to not need to choose between work and family life.
Fattmerchant today announced it has closed $10.5 million in new financing. The Series C round is led by Fulcrum Equity Partners, DeepWork Capital (FAN Fund) and VenVelo and is instrumental in the formal development of Fattmerchant’s cutting-edge technology platform. This is the second funding round led by the group within the last nine months.
Fattmerchant’s CEO Suneera Madhani speaks to Orlando Business Journal about its growing team and office expansion, recent funding, and how they want to stay in Orlando despite outside state funders pressuring them to move.
Fattmerchant’s founders Suneera Madhani and Sal Rehmetullah speaks to Atlanta Trend about their unique approach, exceptional growth, and future plans to disrupt the industry.