The Berlin and San Francisco based software start-up Contentful has raised new capital. In a new round of financing, the company generated more than 80 million dollars. International law firm Taylor Wessing advised General Catalyst as well as further Series E investors led by Berlin partner Norman Röchert. The new round brings Contentful’s total funding to $158 million to date.
$80 million for Contentful: Taylor Wessing advises General Catalyst in Contentful’s Series E financing round
Contentful is the global market leader in Headless Content Management Systems (CMS) and offers a content platform that enables consistent, scalable and agile omnichannel communication.
Twenty-eight percent of the Fortune 500 and 2,200 paying customers worldwide use Contentful to manage and deliver content across websites, mobile apps, wearables and digital displays. More than 200 billion-dollar global brands, as well as innovative disruptor brands, use Contentful’s content platform, including Spotify, Urban Outfitters, Jack in the Box, The British Museum, Xoom, Lenovo, Telus and Intercom.
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