Sweeten connects homeowners with renovation projects to the best local professionals in design and construction. With more than $300M in renovation deals posted, we're an innovative and fun team with a whole lot of hustle, and we’re building the go-to marketplace for home renovation.

Company Growth (employees)
New York, US
Size (employees)
36 (est)+3%
Sweeten was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in New York, US

Sweeten Office Locations

Sweeten has an office in New York
New York, US (HQ)
195 Chrystie Street

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Total Funding

$7.3 m

Latest funding size

$3.5 m

Time since last funding

almost 2 years


Sweeten's latest funding round in October 2015 was reported to be $3.5 m. In total, Sweeten has raised $7.3 m

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Artificial sweeteners don't help with weight loss after all, sweeping study shows

Artificial and low-calorie sweeteners do not appear to help people lose weight — and in some studies are linked with weight gain, diabetes, and cardiovascular issues, finds a sweeping new study. Why it matters: U.S. consumption of artificial sweeteners has increased dramatically over the past 15…

YouTuber reveals why 'zero calorie sweetener' is actually a total lie

You might think "zero calories" means there are no calories in something, but that's where you'd be wrong. In the above video, YouTuber Alex Nickel gives a scientific breakdown of exactly why Splenda — a U.S. sugar substitute that claims to be "zero calorie" — is actually... well, not really…

A Supreme Court case involving artificial sweeteners could have a huge impact on Silicon Valley

On paper, Kraft v. TC Heartland is not a very exciting case. It’s a lawsuit involving artificial sweeteners and the plastic containers they come in.…

Sony, Samsung and LG sweeten TV prices in India amid attack from local competition

Call it a déjà vu moment for foreign brands.  Some of the biggest TV manufacturers in India are cutting the prices of their TV lineup in the nation to better compete with local players.  SEE ALSO: Facebook wants to take over your TV Various TV models from Sony, LG and Samsung, the three global g…

RBS offers to sweeten the deal for shareholder action group

Royal Bank of Scotland has increased its settlement offer to a group of shareholders suing the bank over the way it handled its 2008 rights issue. The bank has recently reached 41.5p-per-share deals with four shareholder groups bringing legal action against the handling of the £12bn cash call, wh…

Banks would like lower taxes to sweeten the Brexit deal

Banks are calling on the government to slash taxes for the sector to sweeten the deal for Brexit and ensure the country remains competitive.  Research carried out for the British Bankers' Association (BBA), which was published in November, revealed banks' collective tax bill had shot up to £34.2b…
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