Get Smart Content raises more capital
Nov 26, 2014
Austin Business Journal
Get Smart Content Inc. reported raising $2.3 million of a planned $3.1 million financing.
The Austin-based company collected the capital from nine investors, according to a Tuesday filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The filing is an update to a July report in which Get Smart Content reported raising $2.1 million from nine investors.
Get Smart Content, which launched in 2009, markets a service or software designed to enable brands to manage website content. Its list of advisers includes two partners of Chicago Ventures and Brett Hurt, the founding CEO of Austin-based Bazaarvoice Inc. (Nasdaq: BV), according to the company's website.
CEO James Eustace, who is also the managing director of W20 Digital, was previously the CEO of VM Foundry, according to his online profile.
In November 2013, Get Smart Content reported receiving $970,948 of a planned $2.6 million financing from six investors, SEC filings indicate.