In partnership with the Sun Valley Film Festival and Submittable, Nat Geo WILD announces the seventh annual Wild to Inspire short-film contest.
“Submittable is a perfect example of what is possible outside Silicon Valley,” Next Coast co-founder and managing director Michael Smerklo said.
Submittable, the leading application review and opportunity marketplace, today announced a $10 million Series B funding led by Next Coast Ventures with continued participation by returning investors.
Submittable has been named a market leader in the grant management category for the Summer 2019 Customer Success Report published by FeaturedCustomers.
FeaturedCustomers, a marketplace for B2B software reviews, named Submittable their 2019 Market Leader for contest management software.
The Tech Tribune staff has compiled the very best tech startups in Montana. For the second year in a row, Submittable made the list.
In Silicon Valley, there’s still a belief held by many investors that you have to be here or relocate to a big city to build a great company. But that’s changing.
Submittable, a startup used by more than 9,000 companies to manage submissions, has raised $5 million in Series A funding.
"In a rare venture capital deal for Montana, Missoula-based Submittable Holdings Inc. raised $1.34 million in Series A venture funding..."
"Submittable could present a threat—or an opportunity for an extremely wise acquisition."
"If the business is one in which individuals outside the company send in documents that must then be reviewed...there’s a YC company that handles the process: Submittable."
Technology startup Submittable Inc. has raised nearly $1 million from angel investors since its inception in 2010. Its three founders aren't from an entrepreneurial hub like San Francisco or New York. They live in Missoula, Montana.
The Tech Tribune staff has compiled the very best tech startups in Missoula, Montana.
First in our list is Submittable—an all-in-one application management software that simplifies the grants management process for different organizations (foundation, nonprofit, universities, etc.).
Submittable and Skillshare launch class to help writers increase their odds of getting published.
“We’re thrilled to be a recipient of the Big Sky Trust Fund grant,” Michael FitzGerald, a company co-founder and the CEO, said. “And we’re grateful to be living in a state that has quickly responded to a changing economy."
“Each year we’re blown away by the talent and creativity that comes out of WILD to Inspire, and we look forward to showcasing this next class of storytellers.”
Caitlin Stainken is a sales manager at Missoula tech company Submittable. She’s also mother to a 2-year-old and is expecting. She says the company is understanding, offers a great maternity plan and a flex period to ease back into work.
A growing technology company based in Missoula made Inc. magazine’s list of the nation’s 5,000 fastest-growing companies.
Organizers of the AT&T Film Awards are seeking the next great short film—and hoping to find it in nontraditional formats or among underrepresented filmmakers.
"We just showed up every day for two to three hours when no one was asking us and we pushed the ball forward...I think that’s the difference. It’s not about getting rich, it’s about enjoying doing hard, weird things—potentially for years and years."
"We feel like with the launch of the second fund, we’re riding a larger wave of interest in Montana.”
A Missoula tech company has raised a whopping $5 million in Series A investment funding led by a Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm.
"The tech boom has diffused beyond the traditional hotbeds in California, New York, and Massachusetts, across the entire United States..."
"Submittable ranked the most well-funded tech startup in Montana..."
"...the print version of “Writer’s Market” soldiers on in an era of Mediabistro and Submittable."
“As a writer sending out work, it was just kind of a jumbled process...there had to be a better way.”
"If you submit regularly to literary journals, then you’ve probably run across Submittable, the online submission manager that allows writers to make, track, and manage submissions to participating publishers."
Notes on tools journalists and news organizations should try (including Submittable).
A Missoula technology company is the beneficiary of two grants, worth a total of $187,500, from the Montana Department of Commerce’s Big Sky Economic Development Trust Fund.
"...with a recent $100,000 grant from the state of Montana, the total is now more than $1 million."
"Submittable, next to email and international postal service carrier providers, is probably the largest literary submissions platform in existence in current humanity."
Submittable is named the #1 publishing startup by ReadWrite.
"Submittable saves publishers both time and money."
"...makes it easy for people to accept and review digital content."
"The service, a godsend both for publishers and writers, allows for beautifully simple submitting of work..."
"Frankly, Submittable sounds like the tool that I would want to use instead of email even if I were only receiving a few messages each day."
"...bringing order to the hiring process by letting employers digitally sort, organize and prioritize inbound resumes as they flood in."
"The company already has Virgin America, Playboy and Harvard University as clients. How’s that for impressive?"
"Take it from a current Submittable user: the platform rocks."
"...a new source of revenue, but also a way to reduce the amount of spam."
"Total transactions topped $1 million last year. The company's on pace to double that this year."
A Missoula software startup that has developed an easy-to-use online platform to curate digital content continues to catch notice across the country.
If you’re a content creator it’s never been easier to create. But what about the poor souls on the other end of the pitch?
The magazine’s toolkit includes Submittable.
he biggest problem with taking thousands of contributions from across the world is intake and triage. Last issue, we used SubMishMash [now Submittable], and it worked beautifully.
"I was struck by both the intensity of entrepreneurism in the region and by the fascinating and powerful solutions provided by a start-up called Submishmash [now Submittable]."
"...operates on the principle that submission software should be powerful, flexible, and user friendly."
This time we used Submishmash [now Submittable], an off-the-shelf tool, and it blew our minds. All of our submissions flowed through that tool.
I’m always surprised and impressed by the diversity of ideas at work in independent publishing. Here’s another one: Submishmash [now Submittable].