Indianapolis Business Journal- Costello Acquired “A 2-year-old Indianapolis startup that makes sales-management software has been acquired by a fast-growing software firm based in Atlanta, Georgia.”
Clay and Milk- WorkHound“WorkHound announced today that the company has completed a fundraising seed round of $1.5 million. The fundraising round was led by San Francisco-based Right Side Capital Management, alongside investments from several other funds including Comeback Capital, SaaS Ventures, Stout Street Capital, Acceleprise and SpringTime Ventures.”
Silicon Prairie News - Bellwethr“Bellwethr, a Kansas City, Missouri-based company that focuses on helping other businesses grow through the uses of AI technology has received $2.5 million in seed financing. Royal Street Ventures led the round, with Techstars, Stout Street Capital, KCRise Fund, SaaS Ventures participating.”
IBS Intelligence - Popwallet"New York-based PayTech firm Popwallet has raised an ammount of $4 million in a recent funding round led by Stout Street Capital. John A Francis, partner at Stout Street Capital will be joining the board of Popwallet as a part of the deal."
PowderKeg - The Denver + Boulder Startup Scene "“For years, people have been calling the Denver + Boulder tech scene the next Silicon Valley,” Dholakia says. “But Colorado has developed its own distinct culture and personality to become a competitive market for innovation [by] putting relationships, mentorship, and education first.”"
PowderKeg - Tech Startup Growth Resources "Do you love tech, but also love having the freedom to leave tech behind in favor of the mountains, woods, and lakes every now and then? So do the people of Denver and Boulder. Instead of striving to recreate Silicon Valley, the Denver and Boulder communities have done the [...]
Indianapolis Business Journal - Costello "Those investors include Omaha, Nebraska-based Dundee Ventures; Indianapolis-based Collina Ventures; Irena Goloschokin, a former chief strategist and local firm T2 Strategies; Denver-based GAN Ventures; Denver-based Stout Street Capital; and Palo Alto, California-based Social Capital."
PowderKeg - Stout Street Capital "Take our first guests on this episode, John Francis and Clay Gordon, the founding partners of Stout Street Capital in Denver. As venture capital fund managers, they’re dedicated to building meaningful cross-selling opportunities among their portfolio companies. "