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[Funding alert] WA-based Gradial Secures $5.4Million in Seed Funding

WA-based Gradial secures $5.4million in seed funding. Madrona led the round, with participation from Outsiders Fund, Space Capital, and General Advance.

WA-based Gradial secures $5.4million in seed funding. Madrona led the round, with participation from Outsiders Fund, Space Capital, and General Advance.

The money will be used by the business to increase operations and development initiatives. It is an AI startup founded by Doug Tallmadge, Anish Chadalavada, and Deip Kumar. Its goal is to support marketing teams in providing better digital experiences and freeing up more time and resources for creative thinking.

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The platform uses AI automation to speed up content management lifecycles and give customer insights by streamlining typical marketing activities and integrating with older systems.

Large language models that are tailored to each business and gradually pick up a brand’s style, content, imagery, and design give creative teams a real marketing copilot.

About Gradial

The corporate generative AI platform for content management is called Gradial. They collaborate with top businesses to optimize content production, distribution, and customization. By automating content updates and page redesigns and gathering comprehensive consumer data on content interaction, sales and marketing teams can use Gradial to create distinctive and differentiating digital customer experiences.

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