Growth Intelligence has raised £1.7m from 24Haymarket and MMC Ventures

London, UK 23rd January 2018

Growth Intelligence has raised £1.7m to help marketers and sales leaders drive faster growth with AI. Founded in 2013, Growth Intelligence helps high profile brands, including American Express, FedEx, Western Union, iZettle and Vitality Health, target their direct marketing activity to businesses that are most likely to buy. The AI Platform combines records of a client’s previous successful and unsuccessful marketing attempts with Growth Intelligence’s own proprietary data gathered from the digital footprint of every company in the economy, to train an AI for each client. The AI then serves up recommended future clients and advice on how to approach them. It allows sales and marketing teams know who will buy, who will be most valuable, when should they attempt to contact them and what to say when they do.

Growth Intelligence reached profitability early in 2018 and has tripled recurring revenue year on year. The company will use this funding to invest in its AI Platform – building new AIs to solve even more challenges faced by B2B marketers. The company will be investing heavily in data science, engineering and commercial talent.

With demand for Growth Intelligence’s sales and marketing AIs strong and growing, 2019 will see continued triple-digit growth. Growth Intelligence also plans to bring on board leading commercial and technical executives this year.

As part of the investment joining the Board are Andy Robertson, Martin Brown and Stuart Dawson as the chairman.

Thomas Gatten, CEO of Growth Intelligence, adds: “This is a great opportunity to invest on top of our triple-digit revenue growth. Trade is the human super-power, by applying AI to boost trade we are helping companies and economies grow faster. We’re hiring!”

Paul Tselentis, CEO of 24Haymarket, comments: “24Haymarket are thrilled to invest in Growth Intelligence. We have been tracking the company’s progress and its unique approach to improving the productivity of B2B sales and marketing processes for two years. There is an exciting market opportunity ahead of them, as businesses embrace functional AI offerings. We look forward to applying our network to support the team on the next phase of their growth journey.”

Alan Morgan, Chairman, MMC Ventures, adds: “Growth Intelligence is one of a small number of companies using AI to deliver true predictive marketing. We are happy to announce our continued support for the business and look forward to working with Tom, Prash and 24Haymarket in the next phase of their growth.”

Manoj Ranaweera

Manoj has founded, failed and successfully exited from a number of technology product companies as well as support organisations since 2004. Among them, Northern Tech Awards and edocr.com were acquired by GP Bullhound and Accusoft, Inc respectively. Today, Manoj is building a trusted support network for technology companies. He is working with founding teams to help them accelerate including raising investment and M&A.

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