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Ceros, Inc.
Founded 2012
Headquarters New York City, USA
Founder(s) Brian Alvey, Simon Berg, Ryan Scheuermann, Dominic Duffy, Paul Fifield
Website www.ceros.com
Alexa rank Negative increase 2,442,733 (February 2013)[1]

Ceros is a cloud-based platform encompassing a collaborative, real-time digital canvas, upon which designers create animated, interactive content without the need for developers.

Founded in 2012, the startup raised $3 million from investors[2] and having won customers such as ShopBazaar, Mini, Stella McCartney, Frette, Moncler, Urban Outfitters, Tourneau, Peugeot, Habitat, Monsoon & Virgin Atlantic in its first year, the company attracted a further $6.2 million investment[3] from Greycroft, Sigma Prime and Starvest Partners in March 2014.

The published content works across desktop and mobile devices and can be integrated with e-commerce systems using the Ceros e-commerce SDK. Ceros' platform analytics mechanism works in real-time and reports crucial engagement metrics, from which marketers and designers gain the insight to fine-tune content in order to maximize impact and increase audience.


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