B2B search engine Grata expanded its seed funding total to $9.5 million, building on a $3.2 million funding round from October 2020. The latest round was led by Flex Capital, Touchdown Ventures and more.
With the new capital, Grata plans to enhance its user search experience with new, qualitative data points, deeper integration capabilities and a versatile API. Grata will also invest the funds into further developing its Canis Major offering, which aims to help SMBs run targeted campaigns and access executive contact information to develop their marketing strategies.
“Over the last few months, Grata has been focused on rolling out Canis Major, a strategic product update that makes it easier to facilitate business development across a wider breadth of industries,” said Andrew Bocskocsky, CEO and Co-Founder of Grata, in a statement. “As a result of a positive market response to Canis Major and early success in new verticals, our investors recognized the opportunity to double down on our growth. Thanks to their continued support, we are already hard at work adding new features that will help meet the demand of current customers, as well as reach new users.”