Here’s a new corporate card startup, backed by $157M in equity, debt, going after Brex, Ramp
Parker emerged from stealth Thursday with $157 million in equity and debt funding with a corporate card for e-commerce brands.
FTX’s failure could be a stress test for corporate credit card startups
Startups serving startups feels a bit riskier in a post-FTX cryptocurrency era. Here's how Ramp, Brex and Rain are thinking.
Expense management provider Emburse goes head-to-head with Brex and Ramp
With 12 million users and nearly $200 million in annual recurring revenue, expense software provider Emburse has built much of its business in the enterprise. Historically, it has competed with legacy
Starlight shoots for the moon, aiming to build the Brex of crypto
Companies are scrambling to participate in the crypto ecosystem, but many of the tools available for them to use are disjointed and not user-friendly, especially for those new to web3. New York-based
Rho raises $75 million Series B for its one-stop corporate spend and cash management solution
Corporate spend and cash management company Rho today announced that it has raised a $75 million Series B funding round, alongside a redesign and rebranding.
Payhawk raises $112M to better compete in the heated corporate card race
If you’ve followed corporate card and spend management startups in the U.S., you might be familiar with Brex and Ramp. Payhawk is also offering an all-in-one financial management solution for busine
Spendesk raises $118 million for its corporate spend management service
French startup Spendesk has announced earlier today that it has raised a $118 million funding round (€100 million) led by General Atlantic. Overall, the company has raised $189 million (€160 milli
Payhawk raises $20M to unify corporate cards, payments and expenses
Fintech startup Payhawk has raised a $20 million funding round. QED Investors is leading the round with existing investor Earlybird Digital East also participating. Payhawk is building a unified syste
Ramp is a corporate card focused on helping you spend less
Meet Ramp, a new startup that offers corporate credit cards with 1.5% cash back on everything. The company thinks that a cash-back program combined with an analysis of your payments to help you spend