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Top 10 Digital Marketing Startups In 2024

Top 10 Digital Marketing Startups In 2024

The Paris, France-based company Sendinblue provides a cloud-based digital marketing tool meant to foster enduring customer relationships. Between 251 and 500 individuals are employed by the company, which was founded in 2007 by Armand Thiberge and Kapil Sharma. Sendinblue is still growing thanks to $197.7 million in capital from backers including BlackRock and Bpifrance.

Cognigy GmbH
Leading enterprise conversational AI platform Cognigy GmbH, with headquarters in Düsseldorf, Germany, streamlines staff and customer support procedures. It was founded in 2016 by Sascha Poggemann, Philipp Heltewig, and Benjamin Mayr, and it has raised €44.9 million in funding. The company employs between 51 and 100 people and has investors including DN Capital and Insight Partners.

A Brazilian firm called Hotmart, based in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, assists people in launching internet companies. Hotmart, which was founded in 2011 by João Pedro Resende and Mateus Bicalho, has between 500 and 1000 employees. It has a capital of R$735.3 million from investors such as General Atlantic and TCV.

With its main office in Berlin, Germany, Zeotap provides organizations with a platform for customer intelligence that enables them to anticipate and comprehend consumer behaviour. It employs 101–250 people and was founded in 2014 by Daniel Heer, Projjol Banerjea, and Stephan Schwebe. With the help of investors like SignalFire and Iris Capital, Zeotap has raised $81.2 million.

A Singapore-based company gives marketers the tools they need to combine consumer information and customize cross-channel interactions. The company, which was founded in 2012 by Hande Cilingir and Arda Koterin, has secured $46.1 million from investors, including Sequoia Capital India, and currently employs 500–1000 people.

Another Singaporean business, Fave Fave is a mobile payment solution and digital merchant platform. Joel Neoh founded the company in 2015; it currently employs 251–500 people and has raised $32 million from investors, including Pine Labs and Sequoia Capital.

Circles.Life Operating out of Singapore, Life is a digital telecommunications and leisure services business with offices in Australia, India, and Taiwan. Abhishek Gupta founded it in 2014, and it employs 251–500 people. Founders Fund and Sequoia Capital India are among the investors who have contributed $50 million to the firm.

For a monthly subscription, Toronto, Canada-based ContentFly provides on-demand content marketing. Annika Helendi founded the company in 2018, which now employs one to ten people and has raised $11.2 million from investors, including Y Combinator and Khosla Ventures.

Drop Technologies
Another Canadian company based in Toronto, Drop Technologies offers a sophisticated mobile rewards system. Akhil Gupta, Cameron Dearsley, Darren Fung, and Derrick Fung founded it in 2015. With 51–100 employees, it has raised $56.2 million from investors, including White Star Capital and New Enterprise Associates.

Bynder is an Amsterdam, Netherlands-based digital asset management platform that facilitates the easy search and sharing of creative content. Founded in 2013 by Chris Hall and Roland Keijzer, it has secured $22.2 million from investors, including Insight Partners, and employs 251–500 people.

These businesses draw substantial funding and broaden their global reach by showcasing innovation across a range of sectors and geographical areas.