With another $35 million in its war chest from a second round of venture capital funding in January — it raised $22 million in Jan. 2019 — Bold Commerce is on another growth spurt looking to hire more than 100 people in the next three months.
As consumers have stayed out of stores and in front of their screens, e-commerce has soared for countless brands and businesses. Bold Commerce is aiming to aggressively grow its headcount so it can meet the rising demand for its headless commerce solution among brands looking to keep up with the times.
Bold Commerce, a company that builds tools and integrations for ecommerce stores, has raised $27 million in a series B round of funding led by Omers Ventures.
Retailers and brands aim to break through the clutter of all of the messaging out there in e-commerce. Bold Commerce is developing technology so they can do just that.
Once known only as Shopify’s largest app developer, Winnipeg-based Bold Commerce is hoping a $35 million CAD ($27 million USD) Series B round will help it become the platform to power commerce anywhere and everywhere.
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The pandemic prompted Harry Rosen to accelerate its digital transformation plans, implementing changes in mere months that normally would have taken the company years to pull off.
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A robust e-commerce platform could mean difference between life and death for many locked-down businesses.
A Winnipeg company has launched an online directory to connect consumers with businesses that are still operating in the midst of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
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A skilled workforce is essential for continued growth and to remain competitive on a global scale. Like Bold Commerce, our government is confident in the future of our province and our people, and we appreciate its reinvestment in Manitoba.
Canada-based Bold Commerce has become Austin’s newest SaaS player with the addition of a sales office downtown. The e-commerce software startup will operate from a WeWork space at 600 Congress Avenue. It plans to add 40 new sales and operations roles in Austin in the next year, including a director of enterprise sales and a director of partnerships.
Winnipeg-based Bold Commerce is expanding its business operations to Austin, Texas. The e-commerce solution developer said the expansion is in step with its plans to further accelerate its growth both geographically and in the e-commerce market.
Fresh from a glitch-free Black Friday/Cyber Monday marathon where Bold Commerce’s 90,000 merchant customers from around the world did millions of dollars of business using the Winnipeg company’s e-commerce tools, Bold is now on to the next chapter of its growth — breaking into the enterprise space.
Bold Commerce, the local e-commerce software titan, placed 12th overall, one of only three Prairie companies to place in the top 25.
Canadian Innovation Exchange (CIX) has named the Top 20 Early and Top 10 Growth Canadian technology startups that have been accepted into its annual awards program.
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