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Marlin Equity Partners recently announced that it has “completed a majority recapitalization of and growth investment in Skuid Inc., a leading no-code, design first cloud application development platform.” The Chattanooga-based start-up, which we first spotlighted in this 2016 article in teknovation.biz, has been growing fast and recognized in a number
Chattanooga-headquartered Skuid announced last week an expansion and investment in its global alliances and channels sales efforts with key senior-level hires, new partner success programs, and strengthened 2018 alliances programs. Spearheading all partner management initiatives for the no-code cloud application platform will be Mark Nation, the new Vice President of
Chattanooga’s Skuid, the subject of several articles on teknovation.biz, has made a VentureBeat list of 10 start-ups outside Silicoin Valley to watch in 2018. Click here to learn more.
Chattanooga’s Skuid captured the 45th spot on LinkedIn’s “Top Companies|Start-ups” list. According to the announcement, LinkedIn “wanted to see which start-ups were winning the talent game. Who are the 50 most in-demand upstarts in the U.S. today?” You can read our 2016 interview with Skuid Co-Founder Ken McElrath here.
Fortune and Cheddar, a digital video steaming service, recently posted insightfuls Q&A with Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke and Ken McElrath, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Skuid. Click here to read the Fortune article and here to see the post on Cheddar.
Chattanooga’s Skuid was recently spotlighted in two national publications – Inc. and the recently rebranded HuffPost.
More news from Chattanooga’s Skuid. The cloud user experience (UX) platform for building bespoke business apps has announced the launch of an “Experience Design Group” to assist its customers and partners with best practices in UX. Learn more here.
Our regular readers know one of the sources of links we post is Forbes. In the more than five years that we have been publishing teknovation.biz, I don’t recall Forbes being a source of an article about a local company. That changed last week with this contribution about Chattanooga’s Skuid.
Great news for Chattanooga’s Skuid. The company that we profiled in this teknovation.biz article last August just announced that it has raised $25 million in a Series B round. The slightly more than three-year old company markets a platform for building bespoke business apps without writing code. “Our customers want to innovate faster,”
Chattanooga’s Skuid was a finalist for “Enterprise Start-up of the Year” in this year’s “the techies,” an awards program sponsored by TechWorld and held last Thursday in London. Click here to learn more.