Boulder-based FairWords embarks on capital-raising campaign

BOULDER — FairWords Inc. has initiated a private offering of equity and debt, with the goal of raising $850,000, according to a Regulation D filing the company made with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Dec. 30.

FairWords said it has raised about $160,000 of the offering thus far.

The filing describes the offering as an “offer and sale of convertible promissory notes (and the shares issuable thereunder).”

FairWords co-founder and CEO Anish Parikh could not be reached for comment.

The company’s website describes FairWords this way: “Originally, FairWords focused on building enterprise products to monitor how companies communicated,” the website states. “Somewhere along the way, FairWords, its founders and staff, realized there was an opportunity to affect change in our collective corporate culture. FairWords currently builds products and starts initiatives to improve the way we work.”

FairWords was originally known as Whistler Technologies Inc. and is based at 1023 Walnut St. in Boulder.



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