Apple Pie Capital is a marketplace lender creating a frictionless bridge between lenders and franchisees. It enables high-quality franchise brands, their entrepreneurs, and investors to achieve the growth and financial rewards they are looking for. The Company seeks to bring a new economy to franchise financing, creating a simple online experience, lowering barriers to entry and unlocking capital for entrepreneurs.
By connecting qualified borrowers, proven brands, and individual and institutional investors, Apple Pie Capital is increasing financial efficiencies and helping entrepreneurs start and expand businesses, create jobs, and bring brands to new communities. All while offering investors unprecedented access to a new asset class of proven small businesses.
|HQ||San Francisco, CA, US||Map|
|Employees (est.) (Jan 2021)||43||(-10%)|
ApplePie Capital total Funding
ApplePie Capital latest funding size
Time since last funding
|3 years ago|
ApplePie Capital investors
|QED Investors, Camp One Ventures, Signia Venture Partners, Freestyle Capital, Ron Suber, Colchis Capital Management, Fifth Third Capital, Story Ventures, DHVC|
ApplePie Capital has 588 Twitter Followers. The number of followers has decreased 0.2% month over month and decreased 0.6% quarter over quarter
When was ApplePie Capital founded?
ApplePie Capital was founded in 2014.
Who are ApplePie Capital key executives?
ApplePie Capital's key executives are Denise Thomas, Genni Combes and Steve Pelletier.
How many employees does ApplePie Capital have?
ApplePie Capital has 43 employees.
Who are ApplePie Capital competitors?
Competitors of ApplePie Capital include Fundera, LMAX Group and Guildary.
Where is ApplePie Capital headquarters?
ApplePie Capital headquarters is located at 235 Pine St FL 13, San Francisco, San Francisco.
Where are ApplePie Capital offices?
ApplePie Capital has offices in San Francisco and Plymouth.
How many offices does ApplePie Capital have?
ApplePie Capital has 2 offices.
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