Aggregate-Knowledge

  • Aggregate Knowledge Raises $9 Million For Online Ad Optimization Platform

    Aggregate Knowledge Raises $9 Million For Online Ad Optimization Platform

    Aggregate Knowledge, a provider of display ad optimization solutions, has closed a Series C financing round of $9 million led by OVP Venture Partners. Also participating in the round are Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers, DAG Ventures, and original existing angels. The San Mateo, CA company markets a platform, which it says is patent-pending, that provides marketers and agencies with tools… Read More

  • A Look at Supernova 2007 Connected Innovators

    A Look at Supernova 2007 Connected Innovators

    At Supernova’s 2007 Connected Innovators session, 12 young startups (well, 13 if you count the fake one planted to keep the audience on their toes), pitched their products to an audience at the St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco with punditry by Kevin Werbach and Michael Arrington and supporting color from Josh Kopelman, Julia Hanna Farris and Paul Kedrosky. Here’s a look at the… Read More

  • Big Round For Aggregate Knowledge

    As previously rumored, Aggregate Knowledge closed a second round of financing earlier this year – $20 million to add to their previous $5 million round from Kleiner Perkins and First Round Capital. DAG Ventures led this new round, and Kleiner also participated. The company works with content and ecommerce sites to provide personalized recommendations to page views and/or sales. The word… Read More

  • Kleiner Perkins Invested in Aggregate Knowledge

    Top venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins invested in Menlo Park-based startup Aggregate Knowledge (our post on them is here). The closing occurred in June 2006, and Kleiner partner Randy Komisar has taken a board seat. This is from multiple sources, although Aggregate Knowledge CEO Paul Martino have me a curt “no comment” when I contacted him by email. The company creates… Read More

  • Startups Launch to Help Web 1.0 Sites

    Two startups have launched recently to assist web 1.0 content and commerce sites add much needed web 2.0 features – Aggregate Knowledge and BazaarVoice. The companies, both backed by Josh Kopelman’s First Round Capital, help companies add customer feedback features at a fraction of the price of developing them in-house. Menlo Park-based Aggregate Knowledge, led by CEO Paul Martino… Read More