StrikeAd, an international mobile Demand Side Platform (DSP), has secured an additional $500k to close its Series A funding.
Backers include SoftTech VC and Siemer Ventures, as well as angel investor Gil Elbaz, co-founder of Applied Semantics.
The company, which has also moved its headquarters to a new office in New York City, where CEO Alex Rahaman has relocated from London, intends to use the capital to expand into the U.S., and enhance its proprietary technology.
Founded in 2010 by CEO and Founder Alex Rahaman, StrikeAd provides a mobile advertising Demand Side Platform (DSP) which allows advertisers, agencies and brands to plan, optimize and deliver effective global mobile advertising campaigns.
Today, the company has 45 members on staff in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, London, Hamburg, Singapore and Kiev.