Catalyst-backed Weave has been Certified™ by Great Place to Work. The award is based entirely on what current employees say about their experiences working at Weave and is one of several milestones Weave’s teams surpassed this summer. The company hired more than 200 new team members in the second quarter of the year, one of the most significant hiring quarters in the company’s history. Additionally, Weave has expanded its operations to India, where it has begun hiring a full-stack development team with plans to open a physical office soon, while growing its international talent force.
Catalyst portfolio company Weave, the all-in-one customer communication platform for small business, was named to the Utah Business Fast 50 list for the third consecutive year. Utah Business Fast 50 companies are selected based on a combination of revenue growth and total revenue.
Catalyst-backed Weave is expanding with a new office recently opening in Lehi, Utah.
Five Catalyst Investors portfolio companies were featured on the Inc. 5000 2021 list of the fastest-growing private companies in the country.
Catalyst portfolio company Weave, the complete business toolbox for service-based businesses and one of the fastest-growing companies in tech, announced Weave Unify, a sophisticated patient engagement and communication platform created specifically for multi-location service businesses.
Catalyst portfolio company Weave, the complete business toolbox for service-based businesses and one of the fastest-growing companies in tech, named Roy Banks as its new Chief Executive Officer. Weave is growing rapidly and has been included the last two years on the Forbes Cloud 100, a ranking of the top 100 private cloud companies in the world. Also named to the Forbes 2020 Next Billion-Dollar Startups list and to the 2020 Inc. 5000 list of the most successful companies in America, the tech leader from Utah is expanding quickly and counts approximately 20,000 small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) as customers.
Catalyst portfolio company Weave is featured on The Cloud 100. Make no mistake: Covid-19 hasn’t slowed this group down. With a record combined value of about $270 billion and at least 87 companies valued at $1 billion or more—up from 65 a year ago—the Cloud 100 list is bigger and stronger than ever before.
Catalyst portfolio company Weave was highlighted in Forbes’ ‘2020 Next Billion-Dollar Startups’ list.
CEO of Catalyst-backed Weave, Brandon Rodman, is one of the Utah Business CEO of the Year honorees.
Weave, the leader in customer communication, today announced it has closed a $70 million series D funding round led by new Weave investor Tiger Global Management, with additional funding from current Weave investors including Catalyst, Bessemer, Crosslink, Pelion and LeadEdge.
Communication platform Weave’s mascots represent its three core values of being hungry, caring, and creative. The late-stage start-up raised a $70 million round–seeing a valuation jump by 3.2x in the past 10 months to $970 million.
Weave’s mission is to bring local businesses and the people they serve closer together. With an estimated 29 million small and medium businesses (SMB) in the U.S. alone, Weave’s unique set of consolidated business tools and impressive growth year over year, the company is disrupting and improving the way businesses work and communicate.