Social Media Monetizer Collective Intellect Scores $6.6M

Schachter, Ken
April 2008
Red Herring;4/16/2008, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the $6.6 million funding round closed by Collective Intellect, whose software helps corporations monitor social media companies. It is the second venture round of the company which brings its capital raised, including an angel round, to $11.2 million. The round was led by Grotech Capital Group with participation from prior investors Appian Ventures, Croghan Investments and new investor Crawley Hatfield Capital.


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