MakerSights, a San Francisco, CA-based retail technology company, raised $25m in Series B funding.
The round, which brought funding to a total of $37m over the past five years, was led by new investors G2 Venture Partners, with participation from new investors Golub Capital and Gaingels, and existing investors Forerunner Ventures and Baseline Ventures and a number of prominent retail technology executives, including Brett Hurt and Brant Barton, the founders of BazaarVoice, Jared Schrieber and Jon Brelig, the founders of InfoScout, and Elizabeth Spaulding, the CEO of Stitch Fix.
The company intends to use the funds to:
- integrate its consumer analytics capabilities into the workflows of its brand partners,
- hire key executives, and
- expand globally expansion across its current Vancouver, San Francisco, Austin and London locations.
Led by Dan Leahy, CEO, MakerSights is a retail technology company that provides a software platform which puts the consumer at the center of retail’s assortment creation process. The platform enables Teams across design, product, merchandising and go-to-market to become more responsive to market opportunities by scalably delivering predictive insights into the seasonal process of assortment creation and delivery. The solution is used by brands including HOKA ONE ONE, Bonobos, Champion and Madewell, among others.