Tubular Labs, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of a solution for online video audience management and growth, has raised $2.5m in Series A funding.
Founded in 2012 by Rob Gabel, Founder & CEO, Allison Stern, Co-Founder & VP Business Development, and Dave Koblas, VP of Engineering, Tubular provides a patent pending audience development platform designed to help YouTube content creators and networks know their audience, connect with influencers, and build relationships. The company is currently in private beta with dozens of YouTube networks, channels and individual YouTubers.
The company is currently hiring to develop and expand adoption of its solution (http://www.jobscore.com/jobs/tubular).
According to multiple reports, Tubular Labs previously (in October 2012) raised $650k in a seed round from Allen DeBevoise, Philip DeBevoise, Matt Coffin, Ben Ling, Ben Smith, Corbin Day, Dean Gilbert, Hilary Schneider, James Walker, John Hadl, Paul Bricault, and Tony Nethercutt.