On Deck says it opened its round to further investment so it can build more products, and hire technical talent. But the company will also benefit from its association with Thiel, a major player in Silicon Valley, and a notoriously founder-friendly investor.
Femtocells, human organs, and space: funding daily for April 3 is full as 13 companies raised money, financing, or were sold.
Kabbage just announced it has closed a credit facility of $75 million, its largest to date. With these funds, Kabbage aims to provide 100,000 advances by the end of 2013.
Atlanta-based Kabbage is experiencing accelerated growth, and it recently beat out hundreds of applicants to be named the winner of our CloudBeat Innovation Showdown competition.
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Seven companies presented on stage today, but only one won CloudBeat 2012's Innovation Showdown. That was Kabbage, a small-business funding platform that uses cloud power to connect companies with cash.
Venture Capital throws its money into recycling robots, luxury villas, flash storage, and fibrous greens.
Think $30 million is a lot to pay for produce? Not when it gives money back. Kabbage, which gives loans to online sellers, got $30 million in funding today, led by Thomvest Ventures.
It probably doesn’t hurt to have a company name synonymous with “cash” when appealing to investors. It certainly hasn’t hurt Kabbage, which raised $17 million today.
Kabbage provides immediate working capital for small merchants using big companies like eBay, Amazon …