RevGlue obtains investment from GC Angels and Admitad

RevGlue obtains investment from GC Angels and Admitad

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RevGlue has acquired a £300,000 investment from the companies GC Angels and Admitad. This investment will aid the platform in up-scaling its sales and marketing within the UK.

RevGlue is a platform that enables affiliates and online publishers to monetise their blogs, websites, social media channels and mobile apps. The platform has been in the process of being planned for more than 3 years, building a wide range of useful tools that enable users to make a new affiliate website in merely minutes. It allows anyone to become an online publisher, and even offer discounts, cashback, and coupons to their customers.

GC Angels is an investment company which helps out small and medium-sized enterprises to completely self-actualise, while Admitad is an international affiliate network that unites advertisers and publishers.

Investment Director at GC Angels, Damian Mohammed, commented on the news saying: 

“RevGlue offers individuals who have been adversely impacted by the pandemic a real opportunity to make a living through social media and other online channels, which is a sector set for major growth this year.

“We’re delighted to invest alongside a leader in the affiliate marketing space, Admitad, to aid RevGlue’s growth in the UK and beyond as it capitalises on the rise in social media and online retail usage under lockdown.”

The platform’s CEO, Adeel Farooq, also said: 

“After identifying the main problems facing bloggers, website and mobile app owners when monetising their start-ups, we have developed RevGlue to resolve those problems quickly and easily in the last three years. Thanks to the investment from GC Angels and Admitad, we now have the opportunity to scale our business activities in the UK over the next 12 months, before launching RevGlue into global markets with enhanced offers and tools.”

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