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Adzerk Raises $11 Million in Funding as Part of a Series A round to Fuel Growth of Custom In-House Ad Platforms

Kevel | December 08, 2020

Adzerk Raises $11 Million in Funding as Part of a Series A round to Fuel Growth of Custom In-House Ad Platforms
Adzerk, whose APIs help clients build custom digital ad platforms, has raised $11 million up in subsidizing as a component of a Series A round.

With the new subsidizing, Adzerk is rebranding to "Kevel," while inclining toward the prospering business sector for advanced organizations hoping to fabricate, keep up and control in-house advertisement adaptation stages.

Specifically Kevel helps a wide scope of digital publishers, social networks and e-commerce marketplaces integrate sponsored listings, local advertisements and interior advancements into their sites and applications. These organizations can take advantage of Kevel's adjustable promotion serving APIs without inclining toward rigid out-of-the-case arrangements or go through years assembling the advertisement platform themselves.

Among the financial specialists taking an interest in this round are Fulcrum Equity, Commerce Ventures, Math Capital, Food Retail Ventures and multiple angels.

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Your future ftness clients have to fnd you before they can love you. This guide explains how to make your fitness business easy to find on mobile and online, which like it or not is where most services get shared and discovered. From your future clients’ perspective, if your business can’t be found, understood, enjoyed, and booked while they wait for their smoothie, are they supposed to look harder for you? No. They couldn’t possibly know any better than to choose whatever competitor shows up before their ginger-kale-chia-banana blend does. This guide covers the three critical online and mobile platforms where your future clients will fnd you. Luckily, Google, social media, and phone apps are making it easier than ever for you to show up. If you can use these platforms as a consumer, we can walk you through the basics of using them as a business. Ready?