Mixtroz: This Alabama-Based Startup Launched By A Mother-Daughter Team Raises Over $1 Million via Pulse 2.0

Mixtroz: This Alabama-Based Startup Launched By A Mother-Daughter Team Raises Over $1 Million via Pulse 2.0

Mixtroz is a Birmingham, Alabama-based startup that has raised more than $1 million to further build up its networking software platform, which connects people at live events in real-time. Mixtroz is considered one of the first minority and woman-owned startups to raise over $1 million.

Minority-Owned Tech Startup Mixtroz Raises Over $1M for Networking Software via Savannah Tribune

Minority-Owned Tech Startup Mixtroz Raises Over $1M for Networking Software via Savannah Tribune

Mixtroz, a minority and woman-owned tech startup specializing in connecting people at live events in real time, has reached the historic fundraising mark of $1 million. Kerry Schrader and Ashlee Ammons, the founding mother-daughter team behind Mixtroz, have joined the exclusive circle of only 40 black females to close $1 million in seed funding.

Birmingham startup Mixtroz hits $1 million in funding via Al.com

Birmingham startup Mixtroz hits $1 million in funding via Al.com

Birmingham tech startup Mixtroz has reached $1 million in funding, a heady milestone for the company that moved its headquarters to the Magic City. The funding also means that mother-daughter founders Kerry Schrader and Ashlee Ammons have joined the exclusive circle of black female entrepreneurs to close $1 million in seed funding.

Networking Startup Mixtroz Raises $1 Million Seed Round Following Rise of the Rest Win via Hypepotamus

Networking Startup Mixtroz Raises $1 Million Seed Round Following Rise of the Rest Win via Hypepotamus

Mixtroz, a platform that facilitates better networking at events, has raised a $1 million seed round. This follows the mother-daughter founder duo’s win of a $100K investment at Revolution’s Rise of the Rest pitch competition in Birmingham, Alabama this past May.

For Roy Wood Jr., Alabama Is Painful History, New Hope and Home via The New York Times

For Roy Wood Jr., Alabama Is Painful History, New Hope and Home via The New York Times

The nonprofit Birmingham organization called Bronze Valley creates educational and organization opportunities for underrepresented communities, and at its first conference earlier this year a start-up called Mixtroz won $100,000 in the Rise of the Rest, a competition funded by the former AOL chief executive Steve Case. The Nashville-based mother-daughter team behind Mixtroz plan to relocate to Birmingham to develop their networking app.