Kabbage is a financial technology company that provides credit and capital investment solutions for small and medium-sized businesses.
Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, Kubbage is a financial technology company that provides credit and capital investment solutions for small and medium-sized businesses. Rob Frowein is a co-founder and CEO of Kabbage. The last round of Kabbaj financing was a $200 million debt for July 2019. The main competitors of “Kabbage” are “OnDeck”, “Fundbox” and “BlueVine”. As of August 2019, “Kabbage” has 116.3K fans on Facebook and 23.2K followers on Twitter.
Kabbage’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Kabbage top competitors include: OnDeck, Fundbox, BlueVine, LendingClub, Headway Capital, CAN Capital, IOU, Fundation, Fundera, Lendvo, Capify, QuarterSpot, Lendio and Propel(x).
Together they lifted more than 5.5B between their approximately 4.0K employees. Revenues of “Cabbage” company take the 1st place among 10 best competitors. On the average, 10 best competitors occupy 82.5M. Cabbage counts 500 employees and takes the 3rd place among 10 best competitors. Among 10 best competitors there are 328 people on the average.
- Website: kabbage.com
- Social Media Links: Facebook LinkedIn Twitter
- Founded: 2008
- Est. Annual Revenue: $450.8M
- Est. Employees: 500
- Headquarters: 925B Peachtree Street NE Suite 1688 Atlanta, Georgia 30309
OnDeck is one of the best competitors of Cabbage. The company OnDeck was founded in New York in 2006. Like Kabbage, OnDeck also competes in application software. Compared to Kabbage, OnDeck generates 42.1 million dollars less revenue.
Fundbox is Kabbage’s number 2 competitor. Fundbox was founded in 2012, and its headquarters are located in San Francisco, California. Like Kabbage, Fundbox also works in the Application Software space. Fundbox brings in $395.8 million net of revenue compared to Kabbage.
BlueVine is Kabbage’s main competitor. BlueVine is headquartered in Redwood City, California, and was founded in 2013. Like Kabbage, BlueVine also operates in the application software sector. BlueVine generates 15% of Cabbage’s revenue.