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ABC 10 News features SizeUp saying, “…we’re helping small businesses trying to stay open during the pandemic. So there is a free tool available through the Greater Sacramento Economic Council you should know about. So we’re talking about SizeUp. It uses business intelligence and market research to help companies evaluate their business plans. So you plug in your number on the website and you can analyze competitive benchmarks, find customers, suppliers, competitors and pinpoint the best location to advertise. SizeUp helps business owners improve and gain back lost revenue, help entrepreneurs looking to open a business and those recently laid off or going into self employment. “
“You can see these businesses are making strong moves and more efficient productive operations with less people,” said Barry Broome, president and CEO of Greater Sacramento Economic Council. “SizeUp is like a software program on a website that’s free for businesses that can go on and model their business.”
Online and print publication The Silicon Review published its list of the 50 Most Trustworthy Companies of the Year. The companies on the list include SizeUp, Accuity, Vantagepoint Software, Laserfiche, System C Healthcare, Comodo, Codeplay Software, Envirosuite, Pulse Secure, Finastra, and more.
View the full list of the 50 Most Trustworthy Companies of the Year.
The Article “Focus on Western Sussex as County aims to help business” in Costal Point explains that “SizeUp lets people create customized reports for their specific industry. Tools include benchmarking to see how a business compares to competitors in the industry, as well as mapping of competition, customers and supplies. It also shows advertising and demographics, such as labor force and consumer spending in that area.” The information is available to local businesses on the Sussex County website.
“This is the same information — tools that large businesses use to make decisions,” but now it’s free for smaller businesses in Sussex, said Economic Development Director William Pfaff.
MassChallenge, a global network of zero-equity startup accelerators, announced that SizeUp and 20 other startups will join the 2019 MassChallenge FinTech inaugural program. “Our inaugural cohort represents trailblazing technologies that advance financial services, from AI-powered onboarding platforms to modern giving solutions,” said Devon Sherman, Program Director of MassChallenge FinTech. “We look forward to structuring and driving meaningful, outcome-driven partnerships between startups and enterprises that tackle some of the industry’s biggest pain points and opportunities.” The inaugural cohort of Fintech startups include AlphaSense (New York, New York), Cake (Boston, Massachusetts), Catapult HQ (Charlotte, North Carolina), Coalesce.ai (Boston, Massachusetts), Datavore (New York, New York), Diffeo (Boston, Massachusetts), Digital Onboarding (Boston, Massachusetts), Edmit (Boston, Massachusetts), eGiftify (New York, New York), Elsen (Boston, Massachusetts), Fincura (Boston, Massachusetts), ForwardLane (New York, New York), Gain Life (Boston, Massachusetts), LifeSite (San Francisco Bay Area, California), Pinkaloo Technologies (Baltimore, Maryland), Posh (Boston, Massachusetts), SizeUp (San Francisco Bay Area, California), Surround Insurance (Cambridge, Massachusetts), WalletFi (Raleigh, North Carolina), and Zylotech (Cambridge, Massachusetts).
MassChallenge FinTech is supported by a public-private partnership that includes founding partners MassMutual, Putnam Investments, Fidelity Investments, Citizens Bank, John Hancock, and the Massachusetts Competitive Partnership (MACP), challenge partners Eastern Bank, AARP, Columbia Threadneedle Investments, Walmart, Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA), and community partners FinTech Sandbox, Wells Fargo Startup Accelerator, and Brandeis International Business School.
Read more from the MassChallenge news release.