Datazoom, the data and analytics platform for online video content, has raised $3.8M in funding according to a recent SEC filing. The filing indicates that the total offering is for $4M and that there were twenty-eight investors in the round. Benjamin Bayat of NextGen Venture Partners is listed as a Director and Datazoom’s last round was backed by Brooklyn Bridge Ventures. Founded by Diane Strutner and Jason Thibeault in 2017, Datazoom has now raised a total of $4.8M in reported equity funding. AlleyWatch sat down with Strutner in 2018 in an exclusive interview to learn more about Datazoom’s pre-seed round.
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