Weekly Roundups: 4 Austin Startups to Watch

Lara Tanner
Weekly Roundups: 4 Austin Startups to Watch

Want to stay updated on Austin’s latest startup funding, launches, and expansions? Startup Over Coffee’s weekly roundup of Austin startups to watch will keep you in the loop on the latest Austin tech news. 

Catch up on previous weekly roundups here.


Sudozi, a budgeting assistant startup founded in Austin, announced it raised $4.3 million in seed funding led by Pear VC. This new startup plans to use this funding to hire new employees, further its product offerings, and expand its reach in the marketplace. 

Founded by the former CFO of Uber, Rose Punkunus, Sudozi is a finance software development company that helps businesses transition from manual workflows to data-driven processes. 


Concerto, an Austin-based financial tech company, gained $21.1 million in funding. Led by Matrix Partners, this new funding included GoldenTree Asset Management and PayPal Ventures. GoldenTree announced that it would also form a joint venture with Concerto to fund $2 billion in credit card receivables. 

Founded by Dan Duncan, Concerto collaborates to create customized credit card programs. 

CLEAResult Consulting Inc. 

Based in Austin, CLEAResult Consulting Inc. recently purchased ChooseEV. ChooseEV compiles and provides awareness and data on the electric vehicle market. This new acquisition will enable the company to grow its focus on electronic vehicles. 

Founded in 2003 by President and CEO Rich McBee, CLEAResults helps businesses and power providers become more energy-efficient and environmentally friendly. 


Onwell, a property tax management startup in Austin, announced raising $5.75 million in seed funding led by First Round Capital. With their total funding now $7.5 million, Onwell plans to use this new funding to expand their team, accelerating their hiring process. 


About Lara Tanner: Lara is an Account Associate for Swyft, which is a tech PR firm in Austin and Houston and a top digital marketing and PR agency in Denver since its founding in 2011. Swyft also has a small satellite office where it offers tech PR in San Francisco. Swyft has been listed as one of the top tech PR agencies in Texas for two years running by the B2B services review site, Clutch.co.

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