In the News
News, views and interviews from the CreditEnable team.
CreditEnable CEO and Co-Founder, Nadia Sood, is one of the Top 100 Asian Stars in UK Tech 2021! The list highlights Asian entrepreneurs who have played a vital role in making the UK a global hub for tech innovation. This year’s list includes an impressive number of women entrepreneurs, comprising 52% of the list.
Our CEO, Nadia Sood, was on the ET Now Leaders of Tomorrow masterclass panel discussing how entrepreneurs can make and manage their money during COVID-19. Nadia and the other panellists, Founder and COO of Faircent.com, Group Chief Financial Officer from Lendingkart, Managing & Founder Partner at VERTICES PARTNERS, and the Founder & CEO of Vayana Network, had an insightful conversation about how the pandemic has transformed making, managing, and raising money in 2021 and the growth possibilities across different sectors.
Our Co-Founder and CEO, Nadia Sood, discussed her journey as an entrepreneur and the founding and growth of CreditEnable with James Sutcliffe, the Founder of The Founding Network. Nadia’s top tip for entrepreneurs: Stay connected with your investors. Keep them involved and share your achievements and challenges. They are your allies and will do everything to see you and your venture succeed.
Nadia Sood and CreditEnable have been selected as finalists for the “High Growth Woman Founder of the Year” category at the Angel Investment Awards 2021 organized by the UK Business Angels Association. The Awards celebrate high growth and success in the angel and early-stage investment market – recognising the fastest growing brands and acknowledging the founders, angels, crowd funders and early-stage venture capital investors behind them. The award ceremony will be hosted online on 8 June 2021.
CreditEnable CEO and Co-Founder, Nadia Sood, was featured in the May 2021 issue of Financial World Magazine, published by The London Institute of Banking & Finance. The feature delves into Nadia’s journey as an entrepreneur, building a purpose-driven business, how data can help us overcome bias, and her tips for women thinking about a career in fintech. CreditEnable is committed to overcoming biases in lending, and this mission drives our use of technology, AI, and credit insights to help SMEs access affordable finance easily.
CreditEnable has been invited to be part of the prestigious Google Spark programme. Through the programme, Googlers mentor select startups to optimize their digital marketing, GTM and growth strategies. CreditEnable will be working with a Google Performance Marketing Specialist for the next 6 months to optimize our digital marketing efforts and reach more SMEs throughout India.
CreditEnable has announced a strategic partnership with Flipkart, India’s homegrown e-commerce company with over 300 million users, to increase access to affordable finance for the 300,000 sellers on Flipkart's marketplace platform. CreditEnable’s complete digital journey will enable Flipkart sellers to access the best loan products that match their business needs to take their business to the next level, even during the pandemic.
CreditEnable has graduated from the Tech Nation Fintech programme. We were selected, along with 70 fintechs based out of the UK, as a business that is transforming the financial services landscape during such an unpredictable time.
Nadia Sood, our Founder and CEO, has been featured in the THESMEINDIA's e-book: "Inspiring Women in SME Industry".