The Crowdz September Wrap Up

Company News:

Thank yous:

  • Thank you to Teymour Boutros-Ghali (Bold Capital Partners), Maria Parpou (Barclaycard), Sonali Vijayavargiya (Augment Ventures), and Kevin Eckert (TFX Capital) for the feedback at our September Board meeting.
  • Great discussions with Di Wu and Robert Dittmar (University of Michigan) regarding invoice securitization. We are looking forward to further discussions in November.
  • Thank you for the great work from the Crowdz team for delivering our next beta release.
  • Welcome to Todd Cooper (Celestica COO) upon joining the Crowdz Board.
  • Thank you to Christie Franchi (GCC) for the great discussions about our November production launch and future ideas for Crowdz.
  • To Dan Packham and Daisy Hopkins (Barclays), thank you for the discussion around Crowdz’s working more closely with the innovation team.
  • Thank you to James Binns (Barclays) for the time to discuss the new focus areas of the Trade Finance Department.
  • Thank you to M&G for the meeting in London.
  • Thank you to Techstars for a great OGR Foundercon in Turino Italy. We met with some great companies and investors including: Mastercard, P&G, Cargill, Notion Capital, Ford, Dassault, LeadX, and Cox.
  • Thank you to M&G for the meeting in London.
  • Thank you to Techstars for a great OGR Foundercon in Turino Italy. We met with some great companies and investors including: Mastercard, P&G, Cargill, Notion Capital, Ford, Dassault, LeadX, and Cox.
  • Thank you to Madeline Child at Insight Ventures Partners for continuing the conversation about at Crowdz.
  • Thank you to Richard Waite at SAP for meeting with us and offering guidance on partnerships.
  • Thank you to Federica Tribuiani (Barclays) for the invitation to participate in a video production with Barclays.
  • Thank you to Jackson Square Ventures for the feedback on the Crowdz financial model.
  • Thank you to Hector Shibata Salazar from AC Ventures for the invitation to speak at the Monterrey Tech MBA class in Mexico City.
  • It was great catching up with Keith Bear (University of Cambridge) for discussions around new research at the Center for Alternative Finance.

Want to read more about Crowdz and our industry? Here are a few more links:

Small Business Invoicing Guide

Crowdz 101 – Outgrown Quickbooks but not ready for an ERP?

What did it take to win the SIBS Payforward challenge?