Orgmatch Secures 10,000 CAD Towards Their Mission of Transforming B2B Partnerships

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Key Takeaways

  • Orgmatch secured 10,000 CAD in non-equity assistance funding.
  • The total funding of Orgmatch stands at 75,500 CAD over 6 rounds.
  • National Research Council Canada is among the investors.
  • The firm is banking on frictionless B2B partnerships for growth.

Vancouver-based startup, Orgmatch, synonymous with frictionless B2B partnerships, has successfully raised another fund amounting to 10,000 CAD in non-equity assistance. The fundraising event held on July 30, 2023, was led by the National Research Council Canada, showing immense confidence in the company’s vision and potential.

Orgmatch, with industry interests in B2B, Communities, Marketplace, Non-Profit, SaaS, Social CRM, and Social Impact, has shown exceptional progress in its journey. The company is paving the way by creating innovative solutions for B2B partnerships, particularly in the non-profit sector. The recent fundraising round brings the total funding amount to an impressive 75,500 CAD.

This latest round marks the startup’s 6th fundraising event as it continues to broaden its horizons. The funds will be channeled towards cementing Orgmatch’s footprint in the realm of B2B partnerships and beyond. By creating a more coherent, seamless B2B community, Orgmatch is positioning itself as a key player in the marketplace and SaaS industry.

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