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Featured On: Business News Daily – “Struggling For Cash Flow? Strategies For Survival”

FundKite CTO Alex Shvarts was recently quoted in an article by Business News Daily, “Struggling For Cash Flow? Strategies For Survival.” Written by Skye Schooley, the article discusses tips for borrowing money, restructuring, and utilizing technology. It starts as follows… “Proper cash flow management is a key strategy that every business owner must master for

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Canva: Scaling Fast

It’s not often you hear of a female CEO leading a startup, let alone a unicorn startup. But Melanie Perkins is paving the way along with other women entrepreneurs with her fast-track company, Canva. Perkins was a graphic design student at the University of Western Australia. She was taking classes as well as tutoring other

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Seasonal Funding Tips 101

Running a business is referred to as a balancing act. A roller coaster. A game of pinball. Like raising a child. Those metaphors are all the more true when operating a seasonal business. Sometimes a seasonal business operates year round but has a peak, other times it closes for several months before reopening. This unsteady

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Autism Awareness In The Workplace

April is Autism Awareness Month, and for many adults with autism (an estimated over three million), there is nowhere they’d rather see progress made than in the workplace. With only 14% of adults with autism holding paid jobs in their communities, according to the National Autism Indicators report published by Drexel University’s Autism Institute, unemployment


Featured On: Forbes Technology Council – “The Misconception Of Baby Boomers And The Age Of Technology”

Exciting achievements are happening at FundKite! CTO Alex Shvarts is a member of the Forbes Technology Council, and his first article on “The Misconception Of Baby Boomers And The Age Of Technology” was recently published. The article illuminates how marketers often focus on reaching the younger, tech-savvier generations and forget about who they’re missing – those aged 55