Quikly, a Detroit, MI-based enterprise marketing platform, closed $3m in funding.
The round was led by Plymouth Ventures of Ann Arbor, Michigan, with participation from existing investors PennStro Ventures and BRMR, and new investors Hyde Park Angels and Tappan Hill Ventures. In conjunction with the funding, Plymouth Ventures Partner Kevin Terrasi will join Quikly’s board of directors.
The company intends to use the funds to scale the sales and marketing efforts and to continue to build on the technology platform.
Co-founded in 2012 by Shawn Geller (CEO) and Scott Meves (CTO), Quikly provides brands with a marketing platform that leverages gamification elements to drive engagement by rewarding consumers for fast response, boosting activation within existing channels like email, social, mobile, and in-stores, and increasing brand awareness and acquiring new customers.
Customers include Domino’s, Pet Supplies Plus, Victoria’s Secret, Ruby Tuesday, etc.