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MOBILE & TELECOMMUNICATIONS | Mobile Software & Services / Point of Sale
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Founded Year

2015

Stage

Series B | Alive

Total Raised

$42.5M

Valuation

$0000 

Last Raised

$19M | 2 mos ago

About Flowhub

Flowhub is a retail management and technology solution company for the cannabis industry. The company offers compliance, point of sale, inventory management, software, enterprise technology, and retail technology. It is based in Denver, Colorado.

Flowhub Headquarter Location

1890 Wynkoop Street Suite 100

Denver, Colorado, 80202,

United States

844-356-9482

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Nov 25, 2021

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And as you grow with the team, there are bountiful options for professional development including cross-functional training, online course subscriptions, promotion from within, customized development tracks and paid industry certifications. DISQO? More Like DISQTok: A November press release announced that advertisers can now use DISQO’s product to measure the performance of their in-feed TikTok ads. This adds TikTok to the growing list of media platforms the company gathers insights from. What they do: Fintech organization Western Union seeks to bridge the gap between digital and physical money by offering their omnichannel platform on a global scale. This makes transfers quick and reliable for individuals, businesses and organizations alike, and opens the door to easier cross-border, cross-currency transactions. Family first: Employees with children can benefit from Western Union’s family-focused perks. The WU Scholarship Program grants employees $2,500 for their children’s college scholarships, while families hoping to grow through adoption can take advantage of the fact that the company offers up to $10,000 reimbursement for adoption-related expenses. A worldwide workplace: Like their platform, Western Union’s team is global. Shauna Hayrynen, group leader of domestic and regional engineering, celebrates how this opens up insightful, collaborative opportunities: “Like WU customers, we are a diverse team spread across the globe... Being globally separate, we continue to work on unique local solutions while still collaborating. It is not often that one can work with people with such different backgrounds and perspectives!”     What they do: Leading the charge on cloud-based communications, Ringcentral ’s platform offers AI-driven digital engagement solutions through phones, group chats, video calls, contact centers and more. A diversity priority: In order for its  benefits to better align with the company mission to foster, educate and build an inclusive workforce, Ringcentral runs unconscious bias training. Meanwhile, employee-led employee resource groups — including Black Lives Matter, Pride, Women Leaders, Hispanic Heritage, Mothers and more — allow team members to connect with the people who make Ringcentral’s team culture so notable. The camaraderie is clear: Culture runs deep at Ringcentral, which was why account executive Jace Henderson took the job . He recalled what stood out to him while shadowing his team-to-be: “As soon as I walked in, I saw people laughing with each other, crossing the hallways to speak with employees on other teams, but still working hard. I could tell that the teams weren’t siloed and that people communicated across departments. It seemed like a place that drove great results and truly valued the importance of culture.”     What they do: On a mission to reduce industry costs and enable better patient care, GHX automates data for healthcare businesses through its cloud-based supply chain technology exchange platform. One for the money, two for the team: The team culture is strong at GHX, between their intracompany committees, group brainstorming sessions and team-based strategic planning. But they’re really stepping it up with financial benefits — not only do employees receive stipends for continuing education and home offices, but GHX matches charitable and 401(k) contributions as well. Changing healthcare from the inside: Kaley Lodin, senior recruiter, is dedicated to the work she’s doing at GHX because she’s making a difference : “I proudly remain a member of the GHX team because I believe in our purpose, mission and people,” Lodin said. “Together we take more than $1 billion out of the cost of delivering healthcare every year. It’s fulfilling both personally and professionally to help change the way healthcare does business for the better.”     What they do: Locally-owned FirstBank ’s care for customers, communities and employees drives its “banking for good” mission. The company credits its growth — from 1963 to now — to doing right by its people. Well, well, wellness: Well-rounded health insurance and benefits are part of the value proposition for FirstBank. Wellness doesn’t get left behind either — the company offers employees a $360 annual reimbursement toward related expenses and covers use of the building’s fitness center if you pop in at least four times a month. Workouts work out great if you’re interested in group fitness classes. Like mission, like people: FirstBank’s people-first mentality is what continues to keep Will Jarvill, user identity management specialist, on the team: “One of the biggest reasons why FirstBank makes such a great long-term employer is that they are willing to help their employees grow and succeed. If you ever need anything from management, they will be there to support you along the way. They are always trying to promote from within, so they notice your time and effort.”     What they do: Flowhub is working to make cannabis products accessible by designing and building user-friendly business management and compliance software. The Denver-based company’s mission is to help streamline the processes of dispensaries, thereby supporting their growth and operations. ’Buch and brew: While employees have the option to join Flowhub’s remote work program — allowing all positions to work from home full time — those who work in-office do benefit from the spacious, pet-friendly setting that boasts kombucha and cold brew on tap. Infused with new funds: This past October, Built In Colorado offered readers details on Flowhub’s latest funding announcement , including “another $19 million in funding from venture firms Headline and Poseidon, along with a personal investment from rapper, entrepreneur and entertainment mogul Shawn ‘Jay-Z’ Carter.”

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Expert Collections containing Flowhub

Expert Collections are analyst-curated lists that highlight the companies you need to know in the most important technology spaces.

Flowhub is included in 4 Expert Collections, including In-Store Retail Tech.

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In-Store Retail Tech

1,343 items

Startups aiming to work with retailers to improve brick-and-mortar retail operations.

P

Payments

1,721 items

Companies and startups in this collection enable consumers, businesses, and governments to pay each other - online and at the physical point-of-sale.

C

Cannabis

3,619 items

These companies participate in - or service businesses that participate in - the legal cannabis industry. Our definition of cannabis includes both marijuana and hemp (and all derivatives). The collection includes both "plant-touching" and "non-plant-touching" businesses.

F

Fintech

7,165 items

US-based companies

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