Imagine your small business is fresh off a successful raise of 1.6 million dollars, but when you ask your bank for a corporate credit card, you’re swiftly denied. That’s exactly what happened to Caary co-founders Steve Apostolopoulos and Jason Sawyer, and it’s happening to many of Canada’s small and medium-sized business (SME) owners. [Read more…] about The Need For Open Banking In Canada: How Fintechs Are Turning The Tide For SMEs
Collision kicks off in Toronto today.
Collision is North America’s fastest-growing tech conference which brings together Fortune 500 companies, groundbreaking startups, and world-class speakers under one roof. [Read more…] about 8 Fintech Startups To Check Out At Collision This Week
Toronto fintech startup Nuula has officially launched in Canada.
Starting today, Nuula will provide Canadian small business owners with a revolutionary way to monitor the performance of their business and access a range of financial products designed to serve their business, and their needs as business owners. [Read more…] about Nuula Launches In Canada To Support Small Businesses, Entrepreneurs
Sensibill, the leading provider of everyday financial tools and SKU-level insights, and Caary, a new credit and financial platform for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), announced their partnership today.
Together, the companies will offer an end-to-end financial services solution for SMEs that includes credit, payment solutions, receipt capture, expense management and automated reconciliation. [Read more…] about Sensibill and Caary Partner to Bring Robust Digital Finance Services to SMEs
Toronto-based fintech startup Caary has received $4.1 million in funding in a late-seed equity round.
Caary’s financing involved a crowdfunding component with at least 150 undisclosed investors. The company claims it raised more than double its initial goal.