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Stensul Secures $34.5 Million in Series C Funding

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Stensul, the provider of a Marketing Creation Platform, has successfully raised $34.5 million in a Series C funding round. The funding was led by Sageview Capital and saw participation from existing investors, including U.S. Venture Partners, Javelin Venture Partners, Uncork Capital, and Lowercase Capital.

The round also featured new investor Edith Harbaugh, Executive Chair and Co-founder of LaunchDarkly. Stensul plans to utilize the funds to enhance the capabilities of its platform, focusing on product development and expanding artificial intelligence (AI) features introduced earlier in the year.

The company aims to accelerate adoption within enterprise organizations, leveraging the Series C investment to further its growth strategy.

Stensul’s Marketing Creation Platform adopts a no-code/low-code approach, enabling teams to collaboratively create marketing assets efficiently. The platform streamlines workflows for proofing, review, and approvals, while also enforcing brand guardrails to ensure the creation of high-quality, on-brand marketing campaign assets. Stensul’s solution significantly reduces the time required to produce emails or landing pages, providing marketers with more time to focus on strategic campaign optimization.

The company intends to deepen its AI capabilities, making it easier for marketing teams to leverage advanced technologies in the creation and optimization of marketing assets. Jake Colognesi, Partner at Sageview Capital, will join Stensul’s board as part of the funding transaction.

Stensul’s Marketing Creation Platform has gained positive feedback for its ability to simplify and optimize marketing processes within large organizations across various industries. The funding round reflects confidence in Stensul’s value proposition and its potential to bring about transformation in marketing team workflows.

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