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Ceros Attracts $6.2M in Series B

2014-04-08
NEW YORK, NY, Pioneering interactive content creation platform, today announced it has secured $6.2M in B round venture capital.
Ceros Inc., a pioneering interactive content creation platform, today announced it has secured $6.2m in B round venture capital investment. The investment, made by Sigma Prime Ventures, Starvest Partners and Ceros' A round investors, Greycroft Partners, enables the company to accelerate development of its groundbreaking technology and rapidly expand its sales and marketing activity.

'Since we launched it's been all about proving the market was ready for change. Based on the customers we've attracted, and the results they get from using our technology, we have proved that yes, the market is ready for change,' said Simon Berg, CEO of Ceros.

'The digital creative process is crying out for innovation and disruption and Ceros provides both. I can't wait to show the world what's next, especially now we have the backing to crank things up a few notches!'

About Ceros
Launched in January 2013, Ceros is a platform that enables designers and marketers to create and publish beautiful interactive content experiences without having to involve developers.

Incorporating a collaborative digital canvas, real time preview and push button publishing, Ceros enables designers to publish more content, more often. Content published with Ceros is sharable, embeddable in social sites and works on all the devices brands' customers use. With real time analytics with contextual engagement metrics, Ceros provides the insight brands need to constantly fine tune content to grow audience and spark response.

Customers of the platform include ShopBazaar, Mini, Stella McCartney, Frette, Moncler, Urban Outfitters, Tourneau, Peugeot, Habitat, Monsoon & Virgin Atlantic.
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