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Startup profile: Creative Allies, creating crowdsourcing campaigns for branding

Donald Thompson

Sep, 15 2017, 2:52 PM

Raleigh-based Creative Allies says its "proprietary features" enable the creation of content crowdsourcing campaigns to help clients generate "awareness and revenue."

Led by serial entrepreneur and marketing executive Donald Thompson, CreativeAllies points out: "Many consumer facing businesses encounter this problem and as a result need unique brand marketing collateral that provides them with the sustainable competitive edge required to stand out in the crowded digital marketplace.

" Our integrated bundle of proprietary features can be tailored to any type of emerging or established brand campaign."

The startup will be presenting at the CED Tech Venture Conference on Sept. 19-20.

This profile is the latest in a series edited, written and published by WRAL TechWire in partnership with CED.


Profile: Creative Allies

The Q&A:

The primary focus of our business is to help our customers grow awareness and revenue through high-quality design and social content.

Creating engaging and monetizable visual content can be expensive, unpredictable and often ineffective. Many consumer facing businesses encounter this problem and as a result need unique brand marketing collateral that provides them with the sustainable competitive edge required to stand out in the crowded digital marketplace.

We provided a customizable, scalable, and easy way to launch a content crowdsourcing campaigns. Our integrated bundle of proprietary features can be tailored to any type of emerging or established brand campaign.

Investors should be interested in investing in Creative Allies because as a multi-sided marketplace with multiple customers; the business is addressing a $50B market.

Our passionate management team and active board of advisors have years of experience providing solutions that connect constituencies using visual art, music, and culture as the enabler.

Creative Allies is privately funded by a handful of angel investors including Greg Lucas, Carter Laren, IMF West, Sean O'Connell, James Forrest. Greg Boone, Amie Thompson, and our CEO Donald Thompson. To date Creative Allies has raised over $848k in two rounds.






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