Awards & Accolades
STORD was recognized along with AWS, Gusto, WeWork, and RocketLawyer as a company that levels the playing field for new businesses by turning fixed costs into variable costs.
VentureBeat featured our $12.3M series A round, led by Kleiner Perkins, and covered STORD's unique model--Networked Distribution.
Forbes featured STORD's founders to the 30 Under 30 list in Manufacturing, an annual list of the best young makers and innovators.
STORD CEO and co-founder Sean Henry was recognized as one of supply chain's Pros to Know in 2019.
The Wall Street Journal featured STORD's work with a solar panel supplier as an example of innovative warehousing in volatile and uncertain markets.
STORD was named a Top 10 Innovative Company in Georgia by the Technology Association of Georgia in 2019.
STORD was selected as one of the "Best Warehousing Startups" by Transmetrics in their coverage series focused on "logistics of the future."
Trucks.com News covered STORD's innovative approach to distribution, writing about how STORD partners with clients to "overhaul their product distribution, to help them scale to new markets."
American Shipper Magazine featured STORD as the warehousing startup "making waves" and "bucking the marketplace trend" with its disruptive partnership approach.
STORD was selected for Dynamo's logistics accelerator as one of 10 "disruptive" startups, beating out over 110 other applicants vying to be selected for Dynamo's 2016 class.
FreightWaves featured STORD's "use of technology to power distribution" to move product "swiftly" and "cost-effectively."
Startup blog Hypepotamus covered our seed funding round, $2.4M led by Silicon Valley’s Susa Ventures and logistics-focused Dynamo.
STORD CEO Sean Henry appeared as a guest on Atlanta's top business radio program to discuss entrepreneurship, startups, and reshaping the warehousing industry.
MMH featured Sean Henry in their coverage around warehousing trends, writing about STORD's unique approach that offers "a range of services" in an otherwise self-service market.
Susa Ventures shared what drove their interest in investing in STORD, building the case for why STORD "can be a $100B company" because of its networked distribution model delivering "unparalleled efficiency, transparency and economics."
STORD CTO and co-founder Jacob Boudreau was featured in a story around competing for great engineering talent and ways to hire great developers in a hurry.
STORD was selected, over 950 startups from around the world, to a spot on the Top 50 Emerging Companies list.
Food Logistics Magazine named Sean Henry, CEO and co-founder of STORD, as one of the Rock Stars of the Supply Chain in 2019.
STORD was selected as one of Atlanta's fastest growing businesses in 2019, honored by the Atlanta Business Chronicle with a Pacesetter Award.