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A look at 42 women in tech who crushed it in 2017

A look at 42 women in tech who crushed it in 2017
From TechCrunch - December 22, 2017

Before co-founding the lending business Kabbage, Kathryn Petralia spent more than a decade working with large and small companies focused on credit, payments and e-commerce, including as VP of strategy for credit card startup Revolution Money (later acquired by Amex) and in corp dev with the publicly traded collection services company CompuCredit (now called Atlanticus Holdings).

Those roles may seem quaint now to Petralia, whose lending sitewhich launched in the midst of the financial crisis and lends to more than 115,000 small businesses and individuals based on a variety of data pointsshows no signs of slowing. Indeed, in August, Kabbage raised a fresh $250 million from SoftBank to expand into new markets and product offerings. In November, the company announced another big cash infusion, securing up to $200 million from Credit Suisse in a revolving credit facility that its now using for loans.

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