Kabbage Stock

kabbage.comEnterprise SoftwareFounded: 2009Funding to Date: $490.8MM

Kabbage is the developer of a data and technology platform designed to provide small businesses automated cash flow solutions, including business checking accounts, online payments, business insights and its online lending platform which allows small businesses to quickly access ongoing lines of credit up to $250,000.

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Management Team

Marc Gorlin
Co-Founder & Chairman
Kathryn Petralia
Co-Founder, Chief Operating Officer & President
Kaustav Das
Chief Risk Officer
Robert Frohwein JD
Co-Founder, Board Member & Chief Executive Officer
David McGowan Ph.D
Chief Technology Officer

Board Members

Bruce Miller JD
Frank Bishop
Laurie Hodrick
Robert Frohwein JD
Herb Biggers
Caleb Sima
Don Butler
Thomvest Ventures
Marc Gorlin
Scott Thompson
Alexander Chulack
Reverence Capital Partners
James McKelvey
Jonathan Ebinger
BlueRun Ventures
Oneal Bhambani

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The combination of American Express and its fintech subsidiary Kabbage is starting to bear fruit at an opportune time, as credit card companies increasingly expand their range of products to boost revenue.
With the COVID-19 pandemic creating unprecedented challenges for small businesses, American Express has increasingly targeted its investments in that niche.