USA – Stensul, a NYC-based martech company, raised $34.5M in Series C funding.
The round, which brought the total amount to $57M, was led by Sageview Capital and included existing investors U.S. Venture Partners (USVP), Javelin Venture Partners, Uncork Capital, and Lowercase Capital, along with participation from Edith Harbaugh. As part of the transaction, Jake Colognesi, Partner at Sageview Capital, will join the company’s board.The company intends to use the funds to increase investment in product development, including deepening AI capabilities launched earlier this year. In addition, Stensul will accelerate adoption within enterprise organizations, where the opportunity for transformation has proven to be the greatest.Led by CEO and Founder Noah Dinkin, Stensul offers a no-code/low-code approach for teams to collaboratively create marketing assets in minutes. In addition to supporting creation workflows for proofing, review and approvals, the platform automatically enforces pre-set brand guardrails, enabling anyone to create high-quality, on-brand marketing campaign assets. By reducing the time it takes to produce an email or landing page, marketers have more time to spend on strategy to optimize the performance of their campaigns.Stensul integrates with all leading ESPs/MAPs, workflow platforms, image digital asset management platforms, live content, link tracking, and messaging platforms. Top brands using it include BlackRock, BMW, Cisco, Demandbase, Equifax, Greenhouse, Siemens, Thomson Reuters, and Yahoo. 01/12/2023