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SiteOne Inc.


Series B | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$15M | 6 yrs ago

About SiteOne Inc.

Developer of pain therapeutics. The company aims to safely, effectively, and efficiently treat acute and chronic pain without the limitations of existing pain therapies, such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID) or opioids. The development program is currently focused on treating pain by replacing current analgesics with safer and more effective non-narcotic pain medications.

Headquarters Location

203 Enterprise Boulevard Suite 3

Bozeman, Montana, 59718,

United States


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Latest SiteOne Inc. News

SiteOne launches LESCO 300 Truck Mounted Tank Sprayer

Oct 18, 2022

SiteOne launches LESCO 300 Truck Mounted Tank Sprayer The new unit features a 300 gallon tank, all electric start and 6.5 horsepower Vanguard engine. The new unit features a 300 gallon tank, all electric start and 6.5 horsepower Vanguard engine. “With an unknown economic outlook in 2023, we recognize it’s crucial for turf maintenance teams to be as productive as possible,” said Nick Schomer, SiteOne director of category management, equipment. “We’re excited to introduce our newest innovation at Equip Expo and offer unbeatable LESCO financing options. This is the perfect time for customers to elevate their business for next year.” The truck mounted design offers alternative efficiencies compared to a stand-on unit, such as easy towability and space-savings. It features a Hydra-Cell pump engineered to be trouble-free and low maintenance. The tank sprayer is resistant to corrosive chemicals and features molded, peel-resistant measurement labels for easy reading. It also includes a waterproof, lockable storage compartment. The unit attaches to most truck models and covers a large application area. Now through Oct. 31, customers can take advantage of LESCO financing including 0% for 48 months (0.81% APR). Equip Exposition attendees can visit the SiteOne outdoor booth (Booth No. 6268D) to demo the new product, along with the full lineup of LESCO spreaders, sprayers, aerators and overseeders. Make the most of your market Being able to identify the forces that impact your market and who can help you become leaders in your market are key to growing your company. October 18, 2022 Embrace change. That was the biggest piece of advice Judy Guido, industry consultant and chairwoman of Guido & Associates, offered during her session “Your market — how to read, leverage and monopolize it” during SiteOne’s recent Women in Green Industry event. “Embrace change. Love change. Be change,” Guido told attendees. “Those who are standing still are not leaders.” Guido added that leadership and growth in one’s market are also connected to continuing education and encourages everyone to be a “chronic learnaholic.” In order to read one’s market correctly, Guide said there are five forces on a market that have to be understood. Those forces are: Threat of new entrants Rivalry among existing competitors To combat these forces and to set your business apart from the competition, Guido asked attendees to consider their strategy. “What’s different about you,” she said. “If you aren’t different, than you’re going to be valued only on price.” Guido added it’s important to keep in mind that leadership in the market isn’t only about your business — it’s about your customers. By keeping that in mind, you’ll gain a stronger presence. “It’s not about what we want. So, it’s not always about you,” she said. “It’s about them. Don’t just pretend to walk in their shoes, really be in them.” Outside of the five main forces on a market, Guido noted that trends and other macro-economic forces such as economic infrastructure and commodities can also play a factor. After understanding your place in your market, Guido said the next step is building your market map to really take things to the next level. A market map should identify six things. They are: Customers Partners Identifying your ideal customer can be easy, Guido said. Companies should perform customer profiles and figure out who their core customers are. “A core customer is the one willing to pay an optimal price,” she said. In terms of channels, Guido said the two most important channels are sales and communication. Sales is all about how a company is going about selling their business and capitalizing on opportunities. And there should be more than one source. “Your best sales channel hopefully are your customers,” Guido said. “And then your employees.” Communication channels are about getting everyone talking about you Guido noted. She suggested all companies spend more time on branding, which boils down simply to name awareness and reputation. Guido also touched on the importance of associations in helping boost one’s business. She noted there are over 27,000 associations in the U.S. and encouraged attendees to research and join some that fit their business/business model. Partners, such as attorneys and CPAs, can be an overlooked part of your market map Guido said, but they are important to have relationships with to understand your market. “Who are the people in our area to help us understand what’s going on in our town and our area to affect what we’re doing,” Guido said of identifying key partners. Greenzie , an autonomous software company for commercial lawn mowers and outdoor power equipment, closed an $8 million corporate strategic round. This was the company's largest equity raise yet, and it was led by  Atlanta Ventures  and including a strategic investment by  Bobcat  Company. Greenzie's Robotic Ready program gives manufacturers the ability to upfit mowers with autonomous mowing functionality. "We are thrilled to close our largest round yet and include strategic investments by a strong partner like Bobcat," said Charles Brian Quinn, Greenzie CEO and co-founder. "Atlanta Ventures invested again to lead this round and many existing investors, including myself, continue to believe in what the tremendous team at Greenzie is capable of." Because Greenzie focuses exclusively on software, the business model is less capital intensive than other competitors. The additional $8 million raised in capital will allow Greenzie to grow its engineering team and to add additional manufacturers to the Robotic Ready program. It will also continue to grow its fleet of robotic workers already deployed with customers in the field. "Greenzie has tremendous growth ahead and the noble mission of freeing humans from repetitive outdoor labor," said David Cummings, founder and partner, Atlanta Ventures. "Atlanta Ventures is excited to lead Greenzie's strategic round and to continue to back this promising technology startup as it grows." Greenzie partners with manufacturers, working alongside them to incorporate the autonomous mowing software onto their established mowing platforms. Greenzie does not compete to sell its own hardware or physical mower. The strategic investment by Bobcat will help further boost these relationships across the industry. In the future, Greenzie's autonomous software could also be applied to adjacent industries such as a construction and mining. "Innovation is part of the Bobcat DNA. We invented the compact equipment industry more than 60 years ago, and we continue to reimagine the future of the industry today," said Joel Honeyman, vice president of global innovation for Bobcat Company. "Through this investment with Greenzie, we can accelerate our development of operated-assisted and automated solutions to help our customers be more productive on the jobsite or their backyard." Wright Manufacturing and Mean Green Mowers are inaugural members of Robotic Ready with other OEMs coming online this year. Kawasaki to debut new engines at Equip Kawasaki Engines will hold an unveiling of the new engine line on Oct. 19, at 1 p.m. and then a press conference about the new engines on Oct. 20, at 11 a.m. October 17, 2022 Kawasaki Engines will pack additional horsepower for Equip Exposition 2022, highlighted by the launch of a new engine line that will join the Kawasaki lineup. During the Oct. 19-21 gathering at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Kawasaki Engines’ indoor exhibit space [booth #1064] will focus on the customer journey, where Kawasaki’s engines, parts and accessories work together to deliver proven performance and quality. At the first station, visitors will progress through a timeline of Kawasaki’s engines over the years, culminating with the all-new engine, where immersive touchscreen technology will help tell the story. Kawasaki Engines will hold an unveiling of the new engine line on Wednesday, Oct. 19, at 1 p.m. and then a press conference about the new engines on Thursday, Oct. 20, at 11 a.m.; both events will take place at Kawasaki’s indoor exhibit, booth #1064. The next station will spotlight Kawasaki’s recent growth and evolution at its new manufacturing facility in Boonville, MO, which began production during summer 2022. The third station will provide attendees an in-depth look at Kawasaki Engines’ line of fuels: KTECH Pre-Mixed 2- Cycle Fuel + Oil and KTECH Ethanol-Free 4-Cycle Fuel. These new formulations, developed to alleviate common problems for outdoor power equipment users, also feature various container sizes and new packaging.

SiteOne Inc. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is SiteOne Inc.'s headquarters?

    SiteOne Inc.'s headquarters is located at 203 Enterprise Boulevard, Bozeman.

  • What is SiteOne Inc.'s latest funding round?

    SiteOne Inc.'s latest funding round is Series B.

  • How much did SiteOne Inc. raise?

    SiteOne Inc. raised a total of $17.78M.

  • Who are the investors of SiteOne Inc.?

    Investors of SiteOne Inc. include BioBrit, Sears Capital Management, Mission Bay Capital, Next Frontier Capital and 2M Companies.

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