Mobilize, a San Francisco, CA- and Tel Aviv, Israel-based provider of a community management solution designed to manage and engage external workforces and contributors in the new economy, raised $1.2m in seed funding.
The round was led by Hillsven Capital, with participation from UpWest Labs and Eddy Shalev.
The company intends to use the funds to grow the team, accelerate product development, and continue supporting its beta customers.
Led by Sharon Savariego, CEO and Co-Founder, Arthur Vainer, CTO, and Dori Dembinsky, Software Architect, Mobilize is a cloud-based community management platform for businesses to mobilize members, freelancers, and any external stakeholders into action. The platform covers the entire span of community management – from member registration, database management, to a communication toolbox and analytics.
Mobilize introduced its platform in private beta earlier this year, and has already added customers such as Uber, Intuit, Google Developer Relations, CODE2040, Thiel Fellowship and more.