Kahuna’s Glorious Raise Of $11M In Series A Funding.


Kahuna’s Glorious Raise Of $11M In Series A Funding.

A mobile marketing automation startup company by the name of Kahuna has recently announced an expansion on its platform. Kahuna’s all new A to E Testing and Push Response Tracking tools provide insights into certain effects of marking campaigns for mobile devices, thus allowing the marketer to send the correct message during the right time to increase app usage and revenue.

The Series Capital.

The company has managed to secured an amount of $11 million in a Series A funding from Sequoia Capital. This funding will allow Kahuna to continue to develop its best breeding mobile marketing solutions, scale operations, and expand upon its customer base. Partner to Sequoia Capital, Omar Hamoui, who has founded AdMob, has also joined up with Kahuna’s board of directors.

Kahuna’s Extended Branches.

Kahuna also added to their announcement that ever since their launching just four months back, it has managed to extend its reaches by added a couple of major customer to its portfolio, these include the New England Patriots, 1-800-Flowers, and Yahoo. Furthermore Kahuna has also included a deep integration and partnership with Branding Brand, one of the worlds most fastest growing mobile commerce platform provider around. This recent team up has lead towards another immediate access of over 250+ retailers for Kahuna’s comprehensive solutions.

“Kahuna has developed a sophisticated solution for marketers, combining best practices with automation. It has leapfrogged every other vendor to create the gold standard in mobile marketing automation,” said Mr. Hamoui. “Adam, Jacob, and their team focused on applying innovative technology to one of the marketing industry’s biggest pain points mobile engagement. The result has been rapid adoption by mobile leaders who understand what a substantial difference Kahuna can make in determining the success of mobile marketing efforts.”


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