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AlayaCare, a cloud-based Home Healthcare platform, raised a $2.4 million round led by Klass Capital, along with angels with deep software and healthcare expertise.
Yozio, which help companies grow their mobile apps without advertising, raised $1.6 million in seed funding from Illuminate Ventures, Webb Investment Network, AME Cloud Ventures, Eric Reis and Sean Ellis.
Lalamove, a mobile logistics booking platform, raised $10 million in a round led by Crystal Stream Capital, with participation from Geek Founders, Mindworks Ventures, Sirius Venture Capital and Aria Group.
Apervita, a health analytics marketplace, raised an $18 million Series A round led by GE Ventures and Baird Capital, with participation from Pritzker Group Venture Capital, Math Ventures and existing investors.
CallRail, a call tracking and analytics platform, raised $1.9 million in a Series A funding round led by Wain Kellum, with participation from Reggie Bradford, Tycho Howle, Jim Armstrong, and Todd Belfer.
Fitness startup Fitmob raised $5 million from Mayfield Fund, Kapoor, Sean Moriarty, John Troiano, Arjun Rao, Jonah Goodhart, Powder & Fitness to the People, Phil Kaplan, Narendra Rocherolle, Vast Ventures, Craig, Expansion VC, BAM Ventures, Queensbridge Capital, Rocketship.vc, Mark Britto, Structure Capital, Venture51, Pi Capital, and Rachel Aram.
MUBI, a global curated film streaming service, raised a $15 million funding round, from Eric Fellner, Jon Winkelried, Martín Varsavsky, Pascal Cagni, Osama Al Ayoub, Simon Patterson, Jörg Mohaupt, Peter Dubens, Bertrand Demole, MMC Ventures, White Star Capital and Floreat Group.
Mister Spex, a European online optician, raised $40 million round led by Goldman Sachs. Scottish Equity Partners, XAnge and DN Capital also participated.
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Tookitaki is a real time audience discovery platform, for brands and e-commerce companies. Tookitaki uses momentum advertising technology to detect trends in real time, based on data from twitter, google news, rss feeds, youtube and facebook, and uses these trend keywords to serve ads automatically on facebook and google.
Momentum advertising is a new concept and has the potential to be a differentiating sector by itself in the growing digital ad industry. Detecting trends and mapping it to client's target audience segment in real time gives our platform an edge, as they can connect with the most engaged audience with relevant message at the right time
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Yozio is the perfect solution to amplify your mobile growth. Our Mobile Growth Platform brings you the same powerful mobile growth technologies that Twitter and Netflix built for themselves, so you can
- Understand what your best users looks like.
- Find the best channel, messaging and context to acquire them.
- Activate them before they churn away.
1) Who's the problem with current solutions?
Acquiring mobile app user is very hard and expensive, turning the hard earned app installs into loyal users is even more harder. We are productizing even better technologies than what Twitter & Netflix have developed internally to grow their user base, and making it available to all of the mobile app creators.
2) Who's your target customer? SMBs? Mobile apps? Any particular vertical?
Anyone who has a mobile app, and trying to get more loyal users.
3) Are you an analytics company?
Sort of, but much more than that. We work with apps and their current analytics vendors to provide much deeper user insights, and essential technologies to improve their chance of turning ordinary users into high value users.
4) How do you help your customers acquire more mobile users? Can you provide a case study?
We use the same scientific methods that Twitter/LinkedIn/Netflix are using to optimize their products.
2) Find the best channel, messaging & context to get them.
3) Activate them before they churn away.
5) How much do your customers pay?
We have a tiered monthly subscription model that depends on which module and how much our customers uses our product. Ranging from $1,500 a month to $5,000 a month.
6) What kind of "actionable" data do you deliver?
Disclaimer: These are just examples. The numbers mentioned are not real reflections of the actual companies or customers data.