Choozle Secures $15 Million in Series C Funding From Boathouse Capital
Denver Ad-Tech Company Prepares for High Growth with Additional Funding
Choozle, a self-service programmatic ad platform, announced a $15 million investment from Boathouse Capital, a private equity firm with over $350 million under management. The funding will drive customer and revenue growth through product innovations and accelerated sales and marketing.
An early innovator enabling brands and agencies with self-service analytics and digital media buying platform, Choozle will leverage growth capital from Boathouse to expand the integration of enterprise-level media buying technologies while furthering their data-powered marketing and advertising reporting innovation.
Choozle builds and supports its self-service analytics and digital media buying platform, focusing on mid-market agency and brand clients. The self-service platform and business model empowers efficient marketing operation and performance while affording 100% transparency. Choozle’s consistent financial growth and marketplace differentiation provide investors with the confidence to double down on the company’s scale and success.
“It’s a testament to our team and platform that we maintained consistent financial growth despite the uncertainties of the last year,” said Andrew Fischer, co-founder and CEO of Choozle. “This additional investment enables us to continue to bring self-serve solutions to the mid-market while aggressively investing in our product to ensure Choozle remains the most innovative and intuitive platform on the market.”
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Chong Moua, Managing Partner, Boathouse Capital, commented, “Choozle has demonstrated impressive financial and operating performance and has successfully built a sizable platform. A high caliber management team leads the company, and we are excited to provide them with the capital and resources to scale the business further.”
FocalPoint Partners, LLC served as exclusive financial advisor to Choozle.
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