Cadence Selected to Exhibit Their Private Market Platform at the Startup Grind Global Conference

Cadence has exhibited at the 2019 Startup Grind Global Conference held in Redwood City, the heart of Silicon Valley. The company was one of 212 startups selected to take part in this year’s conference from February 12-13. As the largest independent startup community, Startup Grind actively educates, inspires, and connects more than 1,500,000 entrepreneurs across 500 chapters in 125 countries.

The organization has developed strategic partnerships with organizations like Google for Startups and holds several events like the Global Conference all over the world. This year, Cadence was happy to attend the Global Conference as one of only 15 fintech companies in the Grind track – having less than $3 million in funding. The well-attended event was an excellent networking opportunity with a robust mix of investors, potential strategic partners, and heads of innovation at leading global companies.

Following the conference, Cadence experienced an influx of sign-ups from accredited investors thanks to new marketing material and in-person demos. The company continues to gain traction as it builds infrastructure to support the adoption of private market digital assets. Cadence has undoubtedly become a beneficiary of this welcoming community and continues to leverage industry relationships in building its platform.

[This archived post was released at a time when Percent was formerly known as Cadence.]

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