Happy November! Hope you're looking forward to a wonderful holiday weekend. Here's what's new this month at P2Binvestor.
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Hi ,

Happy November from all of us at P2Bi! We hope you're looking forward to a relaxing holiday weekend. Here’s what’s new this month.

In this issue: 

  • Company news: Our news in the Denver Post and a special offer for entrepreneurs
  • Industry news: What’s happening in FinTech
  • Upcoming events: Here’s where the team is headed in December
  • Borrower news: Get 10% off your Lifeprints printer with our code
  • Meet our team: Jeremy Putka, Director of Partnerships

Company news: 

Last week P2Binvestor announced that we raised $7.7 million to help us scale operations and Screen Shot 2016-11-23 at 14.45.16.pngmeet the needs of our growing family of borrowers. Our news was picked up by several publications including the Denver Post who published this article. This was a huge win for our team, and we’re very excited to have been featured. Help us share the article by posting to Twitter, sharing on Facebook, or adding to your LinkedIn feed.

To celebrate closing our round, we’re paying it forward and making it easier than ever for entrepreneurs to get the funding they need. From now until Jan 1, 2017, P2Bi is waiving our due diligence fee. Get started with a line of credit with no upfront fees.


Industry news

KPMG released their quarterly analysis on The Pulse of Fintech in Q3 2016. The study shows that both the number of deals and total value of VC investment in fintech dropped this quarter, however year-to-date still shows a positive trend. The report also evaluated what’s happening in fintech within key regions. Read it here.18293552513_de7ab652c7_b.jpg

CIO published an article which analyzes the World FinTech Report 2017. Findings show that over half of banking customers around the globe are now using financial technology products or services from at least one tech firm. Read the post here.

Fortune announced that the cofounder and former CEO of Lending Club, Renaud Laplanche, founded a rival lender near his former firm. The startup filed paperwork this spring and plans to facilitate consumer credit lending over the Internet starting in 2017. Read the full article.

Upcoming Events 

Attending any of the events below or know someone attending who we should meet? Let us know!Screen Shot 2016-11-23 at 14.39.35.png We'll be sure to say hello.  

Trout Tank
Where: Denver, Colorado
When: Thursday, December 1, 4pm - 6pm
P2Bi CEO, Krista Morgan, will be judging the top entrepreneurs coming out of the Trout Tank Accelerator program.

What: Marketplace Lending & Alternative Financing Summit
Where:  Dana Point, California
When: December 4 - 6
Krista is speaking at a panel event on small business lending.


Borrower News

Screen Shot 2016-11-23 at 14.02.37.pngGet 10% off the must-have holiday gift of the year!

Our customer, Lifeprints, is making waves in photo technology. With their digital printer and app, you can print a single frame of any video and use their augmented reality video experience to make that photo come to life. You have to see it to believe it.
Check it out here. As a friend of P2Bi, you can get 10% off using the code #lifeprinted. Happy holidays!


Meet our team: Jeremy Putka, Director of Partnerships 

Screen Shot 2016-11-23 at 14.12.12.pngJeremy came to P2Bi after working on Corporate Strategy at OtterBox in Fort Collins, CO. He brings years of expertise in partnership development with an emphasis on change management—something that will come in handy as P2Bi grows. In his new role, he’ll structure, develop, and manage our strategic partnerships. 

Jeremy came to P2Bi because he enjoys startup culture and is excited to tackle the challenge of building out this new position. In his free time, you can find him playing sports, snowboarding, scuba diving, or doing some other adrenaline-fueled activity (skydiving is next on his list). Speaking of bucket lists, Jeremy wants to travel to all seven continents someday and already has four under his belt.


A reminder that under U.S. law we can only accept investments from accredited investors at this time.
Eventually, we would like to open the platform to all investors, but that will be subject to rule changes implemented by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Stay on our list to be the first to know when the rules change.

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Enjoy your weekend and talk to you all again in December! 

The whole P2Bi gang



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