DC based startup Fiscal Note this week officially became a publicly traded company, following a successful listing on the New York Stock Exchange.
The local startup with its roots in DC , was the honoree to ring the opening bell on Thursday morning, after the historic listing on Monday.
We have been incredibly proud to witness and support FiscalNote’s growth as they have proven what is possible for tech in DC. As DC continues our comeback, we’re going to continue to attract and invest in companies like FiscalNote – companies that care about DC, that train DC residents for good-paying jobs, and that want to keep DC’s tech scene inclusive and a force for doing good.
– DC Mayor, Muriel Bowser
Fiscal Note was founded in 2013 by Tim Hwang, Gerald Yao and Jonathan Chen in Sunnyvale California. The company relocated its head quarters to Washington DC, when Mayor Bowser extended a $750,000 economic development package to the company for its move. The company has since achieved a unicorn status, with a networth of over one billion dollars. Fiscal Note has also expanded its footprint globally to countries like Chile, India, the United Kingdom, Argentina and Canada.
Choose DC wishes to congratulate Fiscal Note on this great milestone.
Courtesy – Fiscal Note