What they do: You know those Instagram and Vine celebrities that stealthily insert product placements into their posts? Well companies that pay for that placement need a way to track how much those posts actually help the bottom line, and that’s where TapInfluence comes in. They connect influencer marketing campaigns with commerce results. Back in April, the Boulder-based firm raised $14 million to connect more companies with its stable of vetted influencers.
What they do: Convercent ensures the complex regulatory and ethical elements of running a business are followed throughout the organization. The company raised $11 million in Series C funding last week. Now, Convercent is expanding engineering operations while improving predictive analytics and reporting as well.
What they do: Home decor can be overwhelming, with more options than you could ever look at in one lifetime. Havenly sorts through the clutter and finds the best furniture and decorations for your unique taste, thanks to its simple survey and pro designers. In March, the Denver-based company raised $5.8 million to bring its Series A to $13.3 million. Now, they’re looking to expand their staff by 25 percent, with both back-end development and marketing teams hiring in upcoming months.
What they do: This international ad tech company has delivered more than one million app installs thanks to its focus on approaching mobile advertising differently. The latest round of funding came last month to the tune of $1 million. The company is looking to hire engineers and marketers to help it reach its next million downloads.
What they do: Financial planning can be tough, but Personal Capital brings advances in technology to help you save and spend smarter. And with a robust dashboard, not only are you getting personalized wealth management, but you’ll also be able to see exactly where your money is and how it is growing. With a fresh $75 million raised last month, the company is looking to hire people in its growing Denver office.
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