Atomic Reach has raised $3.4 million in bridge financing from existing shareholders, angel investors and certain funds managed by Fidelity Investments Canada ULC.
Atomic Reach intends to use new funds to accelerate company growth, support continued technological innovation and expand strategic partnerships and market reach.
Atomic Reach has previously raised $9 million in seed and Series A funding from private investors and Genwealth Venture Partners and MaRS IAF.
Founded in 2012, Toronto based Atomic Reach is an AI based content optimization platform built to equip marketers and advertisers with the insights and tools necessary to generate the maximum ROI from their written content.
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