An Entrepreneur, A Mother, A CEO, and Over $1 Billion in Transactions - A Conversation with Suneera Madhani, Founder of Fattmerchant

Is it possible to be both an entrepreneur and a mom? The answer to that question is a definite YES! Join us on June 7th for a conversation with someone who has figured out how. Not only did she found a company that has experienced amazing growth during its first three years, but she has done it in an industry dominated by banking and technology giants. Her company, Fattmerchant, is a payment technology company specializing in saving businesses up to 40% on their credit card processing fees through a disruptive, subscription-based model. It delivers the technology, data analytics, savings, and support that businesses of all shapes and sizes need in order to stay competitive. During this conversation, she'll share the challenges and successes of her journey so far, and provide insights into what she believes are the keys to her success.

Featured Speaker(s)

Suneera Madhani is the Founder and CEO of Fattmerchant. Since its inception only 3 short years ago, Suneera has grown the company to a team of over 30 employees and has processed over $1 billion in payments for their members �" an incredible increase from the almost $5 million processed in 2014.

She’s a regular contributor to the Forbes Young Entrepreneur Council and has been featured in publications such as Forbes, Fast Company, Yahoo Business, Tech Crunch, Huffington Post, and the Orlando Business Journal. She’s been recognized as one of Orlando Business Journal’s 40 under 40, Young Entrepreneur of the Year by the IACC (Indian American Chamber of Commerce), 2015’s Woman of Distinction by the Girl Scouts of Orange County and as a Rising Star for her proven leadership and commitment to the community. In addition, Fattmerchant has won a number of awards, including the 2016 Startup of the Year at the Bright House Regional Business Awards, Orlando Business Journal’s 2016 Best Places to Work, and Orlando Sentinel’s 2017 Top 100 Companies among others.

Schedule of Events

5:30 - Networking and Refreshments
6:00 - A Conversation with Suneera Madhani
7:00 - Networking

Meeting Notes

PowerDMS is located downtown on the 3rd floor of the old train station building at the corner of Garland and Pine. Parking is available in the lot across the street at the northeast corner of Garland and Pine.