- Funding Received
- $14 Million in 4 Rounds from 20 Investors
- Most Recent Funding
- $6 Million Seed on December 10, 2013
- Santa Monica, CA
- SHIFT is a platform enabling brands and vendors to work in real-time to execute marketing plans quickly, efficiently and collaboratively.
- James Borow, Clark Landry
- Social Media, Consumer Goods, Facebook Applications, Advertising
SHIFT (www.SHIFT.com) is the leading marketing software company for social advertisers. SHIFT’s Open Marketing Cloud provides solutions for planning, optimizing and analyzing social advertising campaigns for global brands, including 10 of the top 20 largest advertisers in the world. SHIFT’s proprietary marketing cloud technology enables brands to automate their social advertising campaigns to meet their business objectives across Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. SHIFT is a Facebook Strategic PMD, Twitter Ads API Partner and LinkedIn Sponsored Updates Partner. Founded in 2010 by James Borow and Clark Landry, SHIFT has raised $14 million to date and is backed by DN Capital, Lerer Ventures, Thrive Capital, Founder Collective, Rincon Venture Partners, Baroda Ventures and Crosscut Venture Partners.
SHIFT is based in Los Angeles, with additional offices in Palo Alto, Chicago, New York and London. For more information, visit http://www.SHIFT.com.
Current Team (10)Update
Past Team (3)Update
Funding Rounds (4) - $14MUpdate
Board Members and Advisors (4)Update
Growth and late stage fund; co-invests in cloud-based enterprise software and enterprise mobile...
Venture Capital Firm
Draper Nexus Ventures is a US-Japan cross border VC firm based in Tokyo and Silicon Valley, and...
DN Capital is a Pan-European early-stage venture capital firm. They typically invest €1-10...
NTT DOCOMO Ventures, the NTT Group’s corporate venture capital firm
Mitsui & Co. Global Investment is a venture capital fund that focuses on early stage...
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