To recognize the success of the SMBTech industry, GGV Capital—in partnership with Crunchbase—has launched the inaugural SMBTech 50 list, the first list to recognize the growth and potential of startups that serve small and medium-sized businesses.
GGV Capital, a global venture capital firm, launched its inaugural SMBTech 50 list today with Crunchbase. Slice has been recognized among 49 other mission-driven startups. The SMBTech 50 represents the first list to recognize the growth and potential of startups that serve small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs).
Slice’s mission is to keep local thriving and our commitment as a business goes far beyond connecting consumers with delicious pizza. Slice has been digitally transforming the 18,000+ small businesses in its network by creating and supplying them with the same tools that the big pizza chains give their franchisees. This technology allows Slice shops to compete against the big pizza franchises and third-party delivery apps’ predatory practices.
Small businesses employ more than 60% of the U.S. workforce, and there are more than 30M small business companies in the U.S. With $1T in value created to date, the SMBTech ecosystem is emerging as an innovative, high-growth investment sector. Companies like Slice and the others listed among SMBTech 50 reinforce that post-pandemic, every small business requires contactless payment, online ordering, improved supply chain management, etc.
With over 200 SMBTech companies nominated, Slice is proud to have been voted as part of this list by GGV and Crunchbase.
Click here to see the complete list.
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