View article “It was really important for us to partner with a debt provider that understood our vision and we’re excited about the massive opportunity for new and innovative solutions in the construction industry,” said Mallorie Brodie, CEO at Bridgit. “Post-closing, Amy [Olah, of CIBC] and her team have continued to support us with their
View article In March, Ontario, Canada-based construction management software firm Bridgit completed a $7.75 million Series A round of funding led by BDC Capital’s Women in Technology Fund with participation from MaRS Investment Accelerator Fund, Innovation Grade Ventures, Salesforce Ventures, Sands Capital Ventures, StandUp Ventures, and Vanedge Capital. The women-owned company also received $750,000 in government funding
View article “We found that our families had both come from the construction industry,” explained Brodie. “So, that was the starting point for us.”
View article “Achieving a strong product-market fit with our initial offering was imperative before broadening our product offering.”
View article “The money for us will really help us to scale up the company at a faster pace than we would otherwise,” Bridgit co-founder Lauren Lake said.
View article “It’s really exciting for us to be at the cusp of two of these industries that are really growing here in Canada, construction and technology … and bring them closer together,” said Bridgit Inc. co-founder Lauren Lake, 27.
View article Bridgit is a Kitchener-based, female-led company, which develops mobile applications for the construction industry. Their two solutions focus on punch lists and inspections, as well as resource management.
View article “…attention should be paid to Toronto’s growing proptech sector, where construction project management software company Bridgit raised $7.75 million CAD in March, and real estate tech platform Nobul raising a private placement funding round in August.”
View article “Bridgit is also trying to change the narrative of pay inequality, as it practises complete pay equality, as well as maintains a 50/50 split of male and female employees.”
View article “Having BDC Capital’s Women in Technology Venture Fund (WIT) as a lead investor was a key ingredient in attracting a top tier investor syndicate for our Series A. Their early interest helped the round come together quickly which enabled Bridgit to begin executing on our 2019 plan with the capital required to make