Kabbage is a financial technology and data company. It develops an automated way to provide fundings to small businesses. The company comprises generated data, including revenue, accounting data, business transactions, shipping data, social media to understand a business’s overall condition. It supports brick-and-mortar stores, service providers, and online businesses of different types.

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Parent CompanyAmerican Express
HQAtlanta, GA, US
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Kabbage was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Atlanta, GA, US

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Key People/Management at Kabbage

Rob Frohwein

Rob Frohwein

CEO and Co-Founder
Kathryn Petralia

Kathryn Petralia

Head of Operations and Co-Founder
Spencer Robinson

Spencer Robinson

Head of Strategy
Pete Steger

Pete Steger

Head of Business Development
Jon Hoffmann

Jon Hoffmann

EVP of Credit Operations
Laura Goldberg

Laura Goldberg

Chief Revenue and Marketing Officer
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Kabbage Office Locations

Kabbage has offices in Atlanta, New York, San Francisco and Denver
Atlanta, GA, US (HQ)
730 Peachtree St NE #1100
New York, NY, US
1410 Broadway 16th floor
San Francisco, CA, US
201 California St #325
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Kabbage Financials and Metrics

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$549.4 m


In total, Kabbage had raised $549.4 m. Kabbage is a subsidiary of American Express

Kabbage Revenue

USDQ3, 2019


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Kabbage Operating Metrics

Aug, 2017Nov, 2017


115 k125 k
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Kabbage Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
Radius IntelligenceSeptember 03, 2019

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Kabbage News and Updates

AmEx's purchase of online lender Kabbage left desperate PPP borrowers in the cold

When American Express bought "substantially all" of Kabbage last year, the loan business it left behind was drained of the resources needed for the PPP program.

Businesses can get PPP through PayPal, Kabbage, Bluevine, or Quickbooks — and they might be faster than your bank

Summary List PlacementThe Small Business Administration has approved more than $718 billion in Paycheck Protection Program loans, granting financial relief to millions of businesses throughout the US, according to a March report from the government agency. In the initial round of PPP, many traditi…

American Express to Acquire Kabbage

American Express (NYSE: AXP) today announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire substantially all of Kabbage, a leading financial technology company providing cash flow management solutions to small businesses in the U.S. The transaction represents an important step toward American Exp…

Kabbage stopped new PPP applications just ahead of the program's deadline

Kabbage halted new PPP applications ahead of the program's deadline. The alt lender halted PPP applications as it seeks a buyout — which may be successful given its broad product lineup. Insider Intelligence publishes hundreds of insights, charts, and forecasts on the Fintech industry with the Fint…

Kabbage partnered with Green Dot on business checking accounts

This story was delivered to Insider Intelligence Banking Briefing subscribers earlier this morning. Insider Intelligence publishes hundreds of research reports, charts, and forecasts on the Banking industry with the Banking Briefing. You can learn more about subscribing here. Online small- and med…

Kabbage launches online checking accounts for small businesses

Online lender Kabbage is moving deeper into business banking with the launch of a fee-free, interest bearing, checking account.
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Kabbage Blogs

New Kabbage Survey Shows 85% of Small Businesses Are Fully Open as Restrictions Continue to Lift

Kabbage, an American Express Company, issued the second installment of its Small Business Recovery Report tracking U.S. small business recovery and growth through 2022. Polling more than 550 small business leaders, the latest version of the report illustrates how small businesses are closer to reach…

New Survey Reveals 57% of U.S. Small Businesses Are Now Fully Open as Pandemic Shutdowns Ease

Kabbage, an American Express Company, released the first installment of its new Small Business Recovery Report, a recurring study tracking U.S. small business growth through 2022. Polling more than 550 small business leaders, the data provides insights into how American businesses are recovering and…

Start Spreading the News: Kabbage to Join American Express

We are thrilled to share that we have signed an agreement to sell Kabbage to American Express! It’s hard to believe. What started as a few people sitting around a Starbucks thinking through how to use technology to provide eBay sellers access to small business loans would soon become part of the mos…

Kabbage Launches Full-Service Business Checking Accounts Designed and Built for Small Businesses

Kabbage, Inc., a data and technology company providing small business cash-flow solutions, launched Kabbage Checking™, a new business checking account built for the smallest of companies, but fit for the largest. True to Kabbage’s continued efforts to support the companies most critical to America’s…

Kabbage Soars to Over 209,000 Approved Paycheck Protection Program Applications for $5.8 Billion

Kabbage, Inc., a data and technology company providing small business cash-flow solutions, approved a landmark number of applications in the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), demonstrating the true power, scale and reach of its technology platform. Over the three-month period of the program, Kabbag…

Kabbage Report: Paycheck Protection Program

The Paycheck Protection Program is the largest federal relief program in the history of the Small Business Administration (SBA). With over 5,000 lenders participating in the program to deliver over $600 billion to America’s 30 million small businesses, the SBA deputized FinTech companies to support …
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Kabbage Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Kabbage founded?

    Kabbage was founded in 2009.

  • Who are Kabbage key executives?

    Kabbage's key executives are Rob Frohwein, Kathryn Petralia and Spencer Robinson.

  • How many employees does Kabbage have?

    Kabbage has 224 employees.

  • Who are Kabbage competitors?

    Competitors of Kabbage include Vodeno, Apollo Finvest and Fundbox.

  • Where is Kabbage headquarters?

    Kabbage headquarters is located at 730 Peachtree St NE #1100, Atlanta.

  • Where are Kabbage offices?

    Kabbage has offices in Atlanta, New York, San Francisco and Denver.

  • How many offices does Kabbage have?

    Kabbage has 4 offices.