On Friday, May 4, Sensibill celebrated its fifth birthday with employees, investors, and friends of the company. In true Sensibill fashion, it was a Star Wars themed party (did you know our main boardroom is officially named The Death Star?) featuring food, drinks, and plenty of laughs.

Founded in 2013 by co-founders Corey Gross and Jamie Alexander, we’ve partnered with top tier financial institutions to deliver receipt management solutions to people around the world. In the past five years we’ve grown from a small team into a 61-person powerhouse with employees in Toronto, New York, and London.

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Milestones

May 2013: Sensibill was started by co-founders Corey Gross and Jamie Alexander out of Ryerson’s DMZ incubator.
March 2015: Raised $2M in seed round funding.
April 2016: Launched with our first partner, bringing our receipt management solution to TD’s UGO wallet.
December 2016: eReceipts launched with Scotiabank.
March 2017: Closed a Series A funding round with $17.3M, one of the largest Series A rounds to come out of Canada.
September 2017: Won Best In Show at Finovate Fall 2017.
November 2017: Named one of KPMG’s “Emerging 50” fintech firms around the world.
January 2018: Launched with our first UK partner, Royal Bank of Scotland.
April 2018: Office in London, England officially opened.
May 2018: Sensibill turns five!

Five years represents a lot of hard work by a lot of committed and talented people…and a lot of grey hair for me. I’m excited to see what we accomplish in the next five.
– Corey Gross, CEO and Co-Founder. 

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Posted by Kirsty Chan

Marketing Coordinator at Sensibill. Kirsty develops blog content, manages social media, copywrites, and more.

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