Press & Media

Here's some of the buzz around town about us!

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Honeycomb buzz

3.20.20 | Forbes

"Small Business Relief Tracker: Funding, Grants And Resources For Business Owners Grappling With Coronavirus"

12.17.19 | Crowdfund Insider

"Reg CF Funding Portal Honeycomb Credit tops $1 Million Raised"

11.24.19 | American Banker

"Join the family bank? Nah, I'll start a fintech"

9.27.19 | NextPittsburgh

"Who won the Tech 50 Awards?"

9.16.19 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

"When small businesses in need of quick cash end up with a pile of high interest debt"

Campaign buzz

12.7.19 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

"Oakmont food truck looks to small loans for big expansion"

12.2.19 | Good Food Pittsburgh

"Creative Coffee Now Open Downtown"

11.5.19 | Crowdfund Insider

"Clarion River Organics pays 8.4% return to investors"

11.4.19 | NextPittsburgh

"The Speckled Egg opening in January with brunch seven days a week"

9.26.19 | News 5 Cleveland

"Teacher opens first-of-its-kind consignment shop, alleviating classroom cash crunch"

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