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  • Video Analytics Startup Vidyard Raises $35M

    Video Analytics Startup Vidyard Raises $35M

    Vidyard, a startup that says it can improve companies’ video marketing and sales, has raised $35 million in Series C funding. The round was led by Battery Ventures, with participation from Bessemer Venture Partners, Salesforce Ventures, OMERS Ventures, iNovia Capital and SoftTech VC. The Y Combinator-incubated startup has now raised more than $60 million total. Vidyard offers a number… Read More

  • ‘YouTube For Business’, Vidyard, Raises $6M Series A Led By OMERS Ventures To Build Out Its Video Marketing & Analytics Platform

    ‘YouTube For Business’, Vidyard, Raises $6M Series A Led By OMERS Ventures To Build Out Its Video Marketing & Analytics Platform

    Vidyard, a Y Combinator alumnus and enterprise startup that sells a video marketing platform with embedded analytics tools to businesses to help them track and monetise video content, has closed a $6 million Series A led by Canada’s OMERS Ventures. Existing investors iNovia Capital and SoftTech VC also participated, along with a personal investment from Eloqua’s Jill Rowley. Read More

  • Andreessen Horowitz, SV Angel Put $1.7M In The YouTube For Businesses, Vidyard

    Andreessen Horowitz, SV Angel Put $1.7M In The YouTube For Businesses, Vidyard

    Y Combinator-backed Vidyard, a ‘YouTube for businesses’, has raised $1.65 million from Softech VC, Jawed Karim (Co-Founder of YouTube), Y Combinator, SV Angel, Andreessen Horowitz, iNovia Capital, Paul Buchheit, Vivi Nevo, Dennis Kavelman, David Nizkad and others. Vidyard, which launched in August, solves a pain point for businesses who want to use YouTube videos as a marketing tool. Read More

  • YC-Backed Vidyard Is A YouTube For Businesses

    YC-Backed Vidyard Is A YouTube For Businesses

    Many businesses embed YouTube videos on their sites, but one of the pain points of using YouTube as a platform is that visitors can click through the video to YouTube and off the brand’s site — and those videos also include YouTube’s ads and branding. Ooyala and Brightcove both offer professional, enterprise-hosted video platforms but these can be expensive. Enter Y… Read More