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Led by Bonfire, Funding Enables influence.co to Grow its Platform and Launch a Media Division
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In a press release sent out this week influence.co announced funding led by Bonfire Ventures with participation from ACT Capital Partners, Alumni Ventures Group, Next 10 Ventures and Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) Ventures.
Co-founders "Ryan Angilly, Niel Robertson and Jeff Smith are serial entrepreneurs who have built and sold six companies between them. Their vision is to connect everyone in the influencer economy through inspiring content, supportive community and collaborative commerce enabling them to pursue their passion and grow their businesses."
influence.co's total funding raised to date to $4.4 million. influence.co is a remote company with staff in Los Angeles, San Diego, Denver, New York, San Francisco and Austin.
influence.co empowers the influencer generation. By providing a platform that enables influencers, creators and the businesses who work with them to have a professional presence online, we help everyone in the influencer economy pursue their passion and grow their business through inspiring content, supportive community, and collaborative commerce. For more information, please visit https://influence.co
Editorial Note: I look forward to seeing more people work on behalf of creators and create communities large or small around digital creators.