Fuzic, Inc.UPDATE COMPANY INFO
Fuzic is a marketing technology company that engages on-site customers through custom audio advertising and licensed music playlists.
Fuzic engages on-site customers through custom audio advertising and licensed music playlists. Managed online, it is easy to use for a business owner with a single location, yet powerful enough for a large organization. Companies with hundreds or thousands of locations can centrally control music, messaging, and advertising to whatever degree of local personalization is desired. Powered by a network of on-demand professional voice talent, messages are recorded, produced and ready for play within hours of request.
Fuzic, Inc. NewsUPDATE
TechPoint has named tech veteran Scott McCorkle as its executive chairman and appointed two other software executives to its board, the not-for-profit technology group announced Tuesday. McCorkle served as CEO of Salesforce Marketing Cloud from 2014 until he stepped down last August. Since then, he’s been investing and advising in the local startup ecosystem, assisting firms such
For scale-up technology companies in Indiana, the second quarter of 2017 increased in deal size but decreased in the number of deals. During the first quarter of 2017, Indiana companies totaled $27 million in investment through 11 deals. Of that amount, $25 million and 9 deals were specifically in tech companies. Read the full Q1 report on
Fuzic, the Indianapolis-based marketing tech startup, announced this week that it has closed on a $3 million seed funding round, bringing the total amount of money raised since inception to $3.5 million. Fuzic’s backers include High Alpha, Allos Ventures, and Hyde Park Venture Partners, as well as local angel investors. “We are very impressed with Fuzic’s growth and
Fishers-based Fuzic Inc. has received a $3 million round of funding. Investors in the music and messaging technology company include Indianapolis-based High Alpha, Allos Ventures in Carmel and Chicago-based Hyde Park Ventures. In an interview in March with Inside INdiana Business Television, co-founder Brent Oakley discussed his path from carwash owner to tech entrepreneur. Since
Two Indiana-based scale-up tech companies closed successful funding rounds at the end of this month. Torchlite, a gig economy startup for freelance marketers, announced on June 15 their raise of $2 million which brings total funding raised to $4 million. Fuzic, a marketing tech startup, announced today their close of a $3 million raise which brings total funding
High-end car wash chain executive Brent Oakley used to have trouble getting customers’ attention with visual messages amid an oversaturated marketing environment. So last summer he figured he’d cut through the noise with custom audio messages for customers sitting in his Prime Car Wash lobbies. Over the ensuing months, his concept materialized into a startup
Before Brent Oakley co-founded Fuzic, an Indianapolis-based marketing technology startup, he owned carwashes. He wanted to make his customers happy, so he installed cafes in his carwashes, hoping that he’d be able to chat with his patrons while they sipped beverages and learn more about what they wanted out of a carwash. When that didn’t