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Announcing The Cohort: Finance Forward US 2019
October 14, 2019
Finance Forward US 2019 is part of Finance Forward, a multi-year global coalition led by founding partners MetLife Foundation, PayPal, and Village Capital to support entrepreneurs on four continents who are building tech-enabled solutions to place-based challenges around financial health, economic mobility, and community resilience. According to the US Financial Health Pulse survey, only 28% of people in the United States are considered to be “financially healthy”.
Meet the Startups Representing Miami at TechCrunch Disrupt 2019
September 24, 2019
Next week, on October 3rd, Refresh Miami, with the support of The Knight Foundation, has the pleasure of organizing the Miami Tech Pavilion at TechCrunch Disrupt 2019. As excited as we are to show off Miami’s tech scene to thousands of conference goers, we’re not the star of the show – the startups are! Meet the 6 companies we’re bringing from South Florida to Silicon Valley.
Meet the Business Journal’s Power Leaders in Technology
September 10, 2019
If a community’s vibrancy can be measured by its innovative spirit, South Florida is thriving. This special report, the inaugural Power Leaders in Technology, showcases leadership from tech-related companies in South Florida. Xendoo CEO, Lil Roberts is one of the 50 local leaders to be featured.
Bookkeeping is a headache […] Xendoo seeks to provide relief
August 12, 2019
“We’re changing [bookkeeping] from being a horrible, frustrating, difficult experience to an experience for the small business owner that is useful as a tool to build a business,” she said. Roberts is no stranger to bookkeeping for a small business, as she has built and exited several businesses over the years.
Ventures Roundup: 3 questions with Xendoo’s CEO
July 5, 2019
Xendoo, a cloud-based accounting platform for small businesses, is in the midst of a funding round expected to close this month. When Roberts spoke to the Business Journal in late June, she’d drummed up $2.1 million toward its $3.5 million target. If Xendoo hits that goal, its total funding would be $4.8 million.
Steve Case on Rise of the Rest 8 Tour
May 29, 2019
In this episode, host Frank Gruber talks with the AOL founder about what he gleaned from those latest tour stops, as well as Rise of the Rest’s overall mission to be a catalyst for those entrepreneurs and startups that aren’t getting attention from mainstream media and coastal venture capitalists.
MiamiTech Spotlight: Xendoo
May 29, 2019
Lil Roberts owned a number of small businesses in South Florida, from a systems integration business to print manufacturing to a product business. In all of them, “I always felt the pain as a small business owner that you couldn’t get your numbers when you needed them from the accounting industry.” It wasn’t the CPA’s fault, she said, the industry just didn’t adapt to new technology.
Fintech Founder Takes Another Big Win for Women-Run Companies
May 13, 2019
Lil Roberts, Founder and CEO of Xendoo, a South Florida-based tech company, has won Miami’s Rise of the Rest Pitch competition with a prize of $100,000 and a spot in the elite Revolution Fund. As one of 8 finalist out of 540 Florida applicants, Roberts is “thrilled to represent South Florida and women-led tech companies.”
Broward startup wins $100,000 from Rise of the Rest
May 3, 2019
Lillian Roberts, the serial entrepreneur behind Xendoo, has conquered another high-profile pitch competition — this one led by Steve Case, the former CEO of America Online. She won $100,000 for her accounting services technology startup from the Rise of the Rest Seed Fund, which brought its bus tour to the Sunshine State for the first time this week to hear pitches from local founders.
Xendoo wins Rise of the Rest $100K pitch competition
May 2, 2019
Miami is “poised for takeoff” as a global startup city as long as everyone doubles down and continues making the entrepreneurial ecosystem a priority, said Revolution’s Steve Case on Thursday, as the bright red “Rise of the Rest” bus rolled through town on Thursday.