Tailor Brands raises $50M, aims to be one-stop shop for small businesses to launch

24 Jul, 2021

Tailor Brands raises $50M, aims to be one-stop shop for small businesses to launch
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– Tailor Brands, a startup that automates parts of the branding and marketing process for small businesses, announced it has raised $50 million in Series C funding.
GoDaddy led the round as a strategic partner and was joined by OurCrowd and existing investors Pitango Growth, Mangrove Capital Partners, Armat Group, Disruptive VC and Whip Media founder Richard Rosenblatt.
– The company, headquartered in New York and Tel Aviv, is now compiling the components for a one-stop SaaS platform — providing the design, branding and marketing services a small business owner needs to launch and scale operations, and within minutes.
– Over the past year, more users are flocking to Tailor Brands; the company is onboarding some 700,000 new users per month for help in the earliest stages of setting up their business.

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