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Captiv8

Coming – June 4

Powering The $100B Creator Economy

Date and Time

June 4

4:00 PM ET / 1:00 PM PT

Location will be provided upon RSVP approval

About this Event

The fastest growing marketing channel is also the one CMOs rank highest today: Influencer Marketing. To properly activate influencer campaigns, however, companies have had to use at least 7 tools and find ways to integrate the data themselves.

Captiv8 makes creator marketing easier is an all-in-one marketing platform that uses AI and Machine Learning to drive results for its clients (think Doubleclick for the Content Creator space). In addition, their new Creator Commerce platform offers a robust affiliate marketing suite that integrates with Shopify and other e-commerce sites.

Captiv8 is tracking to double its revenue growth since 2022, expecting to be EBITDA Positive in Q3 2024, and hit $100.2M in bookings by the end of the year.

Join our webinar with Captiv8 co-founders, Krishna Subramanian and Sunil Verma, to find out why Toyota, Nike, Unilever, Amazon, ESPN, Merck, and McDonald’s are all on the Captiv8 platform.

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