Singular raised $15m – here’s what it means

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I’m extremely excited to share with you the news of our $15m Series A funding.

Singular started in late 2013 with nothing more than an idea and a prototype. Back then we were bootstrapping the company from my couch in Tel Aviv, with Susan working half-way around the world in San Francisco. We had a few amazing early-adopters who saw the potential and partnered with us to solve all that was broken in marketing today and they agreed to become our first customers. They believed in our big vision and our small team.

A couple of months later, after successfully expanding our platform and adding some phenomenal customers, and a few incredible first employees, we closed our Seed round with General Catalyst. Immediately, we fell in love with the GC family, and we felt fortunate for the trust and help they’ve given us. Funding mattered, because it enabled us to go big and chase our vision. And so we did.

Since that seed round, over 2 years ago, we’ve been extremely busy building and executing our plans. Our product has grown immensely. We carefully grew our team by bringing on board some of the best people I have ever known in my life, and we are now at almost 60 people, with offices in San Francisco, Tel-Aviv and Berlin.

Which brings us to where we are today and why I am writing to you.

I’m incredibly excited to announce our Series A funding, led by KDWC Ventures, TransLink Capital and Telstra Ventures, with follow-on funding from General Catalyst. I’ve had the pleasure of working with our new investors for a few months, and I’m extremely excited about the immense value they bring to the team.

The new funding will be used to scale our Product and Engineering teams, so that we can create even greater products, and ship them faster than ever. We’re here to help you become more successful at what you do. There’s so much that is broken with marketing today, and so much to build, and I can’t wait to show you the incredible things we’re working on.

Last but not least, I would like to thank you, our customers and partners. You guys are amazing! We are so lucky to work with you. Technical, brilliant and fun people. Our shared relationships have helped shape us into the company we are. We enjoy partnering with you, helping you become more successful, and when we can just hanging out with you. Thank you!

Gadi Eliashiv
Co-Founder & CEO

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