The Kentucky-based leading tech company, Rubicon Technologies, Inc. (Rubicon), has announced trading on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) beginning Tuesday. The step followed the culmination of Rubicon’s business combination with Founder SPAC. Rubicon Class A common stock and public warrants will be trading on the stock exchange under ticker symbols ‘RBT’ and ‘RBT WS’.
Nate Morris, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Rubicon said, “I am thrilled to start the next chapter of Rubicon’s story as a publicly traded company. I would like to thank all of our employees, customers, hauler partners, and investors for their tireless support in achieving this milestone.” Morris further added, “I started Rubicon with a $10,000 line of credit and maxed out credit cards, and today we are listed on the New York Stock Exchange. I am also incredibly proud to say that Rubicon will be only the ninth Kentucky company to list on the NYSE in its 230-year history. We will also be the first company to fly the Kentucky state flag from the iconic NYSE façade during our upcoming public listing celebration.”
A digital marketplace for waste and recycling, Rubicon Technologies is a provider of innovative software-based products worldwide. Rubicon is harnessing technology to build a new industry standard to drive environmental innovation. Rubicon’s website says, “Rubicon focuses on developing software solutions that bring new transparency to the waste and recycling industry—encouraging customers to make data-driven decisions that lead to more efficient and effective operations as well as more sustainable outcomes.” The mission statement of Rubicon goes like this: We are on a mission to end waste. We help our partners find economic value in their waste streams and confidently execute on their sustainability goals.