January 2020 – Heretik’s CEO and co-founder, Charlie Connor says he looks forward for the opportunity to bring Heretik’s contract review software to adjacent industries looking to better understand what is in their agreements.
January 2020 – Moderne Ventures — a venture investment fund that focuses on real estate, finance, insurance, hospitality and home services — announced last week the seven new companies that were accepted into its January 2020 Passport Program. Moderne hosts the Passport Program in order to facilitate companies’ customer acquisition and growth.
January 2020 – Moderne’s Passport Program lasts for seven months and provides participants with education, insight and useful relationships that help drive customer acquisition. Founded in 2015 by Constance Freedman, Moderne Ventures previously only focused on real estate tech startups but has since expanded their scope.
January 2020 – Moderne Ventures, a Chicago-based VC fund focused on real estate, finance, insurance, hospitality and home services startups, has revealed the seven companies accepted into its latest accelerator class.
January 2020 – Moderne Ventures, a venture fund focused on real estate, finance, insurance, hospitality and home services, announced seven new companies accepted into its 2020 Passport Program, a highly immersive, seven month industry immersion program providing its participants education, exposure, insight, and relationships to drive customer growth.
February 2018 – This episode of How I Raised It features Charlie Connor of Heretik, a SaaS-based contract review platform located in Chicago and funded by Chicago Ventures, Corazon Capital, and Relativity. Charlie discusses the Chicago startup scene and taking strategic capital.
December 2017 – The funding was led by Sam Yagan's Corazon Capital and included existing investors Chicago Ventures and Relativity. Heretik CEO Charlie Connor and one of his co-founders, David Barnes, previously worked at Chicago-based Relativity, formerly called kCura.
December 2017 – Chicago-area tech and startup companies received at least $113 million in venture capital funding in December as the year comes to a close. It’s a dip from November, when Chicago tech raised more than $184 million. But it’s still a strong finish to a year full of major investments.
December 2017 – Heretik, a Chicago startup specializing in contract review software, announced on Tuesday that it has raised a $2.4 million seed round. Corazon Capital led the round, which also saw participation from Chicago Ventures and Relativity — a legal software provider and one of Chicago’s biggest tech employers.