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Status: Funded

Mar 16th 2020 - May 22nd 2020

AdLaunch is an online video maker tool aimed at social media advertising creation. Using its patented AI-powered video generation technology, it enables businesses to create multiple high-quality videos, realtime previews and edit videos in the browser itself. This helps companies undertake online video advertising almost instantaneously within their respective budgets. AdLaunch has 11,000 users in over 130 countries worldwide. It has made 1.4 million pre-licensed HD videos and high-quality photos. The company aims to become synonymous with creating data-driven video ads and video campaigns. AdLaunch was awarded the 'Third Prize' at the Slush 100 pitch competition out of 2650 companies. it also secured three government R&D grants totaling £219,000 from the Business Finland - the Finnish Innovation Agency. AdLaunch is partnering with AppSumo which has a user base of 730,000 registered newsletter readers. With the proceeds, the company will develop its video generator and invest £8000 per month on Google, Facebook, and YouTube advertising to accelerate its customer acquisition.

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Rated on 01/04/2020

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Management 77%

Skills 91%
The management team includes industry experts. The CEO has relevant industry skills with experience in having managed start-ups previously. Currently, they have not appointed a dedicated head of finance in the company who may be beneficial to the company at this phase of fundraising.


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  • Internet Business Awards Category Award Winner 2015
  • Hertfordshire Business Awards Finalist 2014

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