Brand Management Platform Frontify Raises $8.3 Million to Fuel Product Innovation and US Expansion
October 11, 2018 / MarTech Series
Brand management platform Frontify has raised $8.3 million as it looks to build more products and expand in the US. The Swiss startup, headquartered in St. Gallen, raised the Series A money in a funding round led by venture capital firm Blossom Capital. Frontify’s seed investors include Doodle cofounder Myke Naef, former Googler Thomas Duebendorfer, and Cédric Waldburger of Tenderloin Ventures.
Founded by CTO Roger Dudler in 2013, Frontify helps companies to manage their branding in a more consistent and efficient way, by providing employees across an organization with access to an always up-to-date platform where they can access their company’s brand portal, media library, pattern library and style guides. Frontify’s user-friendly cloud platform also allows employees – typically marketing and branding teams, as well as designers and software engineers – to collaborate internally and externally on new branded content using a tool called Works...