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DealMaker Recognized as one of Canada’s Fastest Growing Firms Again

DealMaker, a tech-enhanced online capital formation company, has been recognized by the Globe and Mail as Canada’s 6th fastest-growing firm in the country. In fact, in 2022, DealMaker ranked even higher at number 3 on the prestigious list.

DealMaker sees this recognition as a validation of its mission to make online capital raising mainstream. The company’s innovative technology has been disrupting the traditional process of raising capital from investors, which was often expensive and outdated. By increasing access to capital for under-funded founders and offering pre-IPO investment opportunities to non-Wall Street investors, DealMaker is advancing the equity crowdfunding space.

Rebecca Kacaba, co-founder and CEO of DealMaker, expressed her excitement about making the list once again. She explained that the company identified a significant pain point in the market, where clients were struggling with the capital raising process. DealMaker’s solution has brought much-needed innovation to the industry.

DealMaker, founded in 2015 by Kacaba and co-founder Mat Goldstein, has grown significantly over the years. With around 100 employees spread across Canada, the US, and South America, the company reported a revenue of between USD $10 million to $25 million in 2022, marking a staggering year-over-year growth of 5,260%. What sets DealMaker apart is its status as the only Fintech company in Canada to secure a spot in the top ten on the Globe and Mail’s list.

While based in Canada, DealMaker assists firms in raising growth capital under various securities exemptions in the US, such as Reg CF, Reg A+, and Reg D. Additionally, the company operates as a regulated broker-dealer. Its impressive track record includes facilitating over $1.8 billion in funding, with contributions from more than 700,000 investments. Mat Goldstein highlighted the company’s competitive advantage, emphasizing their end-to-end platform and “elegant” digital solution.

As DealMaker continues to revolutionize the capital formation landscape, its inclusion as one of the fastest-growing firms in Canada serves as a testament to its success. The company’s dedication to advancing online capital raising and democratizing investment opportunities is gaining recognition and making waves in the industry. With this recent accomplishment, DealMaker is poised to build on its achievements and lead the way in the tech-enhanced capital formation sector.

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