Commsor, a New York-based community management software that allows users to engage with the audience and build their community efficiently, raised a $50 million Community-Led Series B round.
The round anchored by Atomico, saw participation from Slack Fund, 776, SignalFire, Felicis, and a community of 150+ individual investors, including Holly Firestone, Erica Kuhl, Tristan Pollock, and Shana Sumers, as well as dynamic founders, including Vlad Magdalin (Webflow), Gina Bianchini (MightyNetworks), Des Traynor (Intercom), Zach Sims (Codecademy), and Mariano Suarez-Battan (MURAL), Darren Murph (Gitlab), Julie Herendeen, and Casey Neistat. Earlier investors included Elad Gil, Mathilde Collin, Jono Bacon, Tod Sacerdoti, Josh Buckley, and Lachy Groom.
The Series B funds will be put to work at Commsor to help expand its team and further develop and refine the tools, programs, and resources we’ve been building to empower organizations and Community Managers everywhere.
As part of this round, Carter Adamson, Partner at Atomico, joined the board.
Round: Series B
Funding Month: March 2022
Lead Investors: Atomico
Additional Investors: Slack Fund, 776, SignalFire, Felicis, Vlad Magdalin, Gina Bianchini, Des Traynor, Zach Sims, Mariano Suarez-Battan, Darren Murph, Julie Herendeen, Casey Neistat, Elad Gil, Mathilde Collin, Jono Bacon, Tod Sacerdoti, Josh Buckley, and Lachy Groom.
Company Website: https://www.commsor.com/
Software Category: Community Management software
About the Company: Led by Mac Reddin, Co-Founder, and CEO, Commsor is a community management software that allows users to engage with the audience and build their community efficiently. The software comes with an intuitive dashboard that shows everything in one place so that one does not need to switch between pages to get analytics of the community. The built-in tools help to identify top members from a particular segment, the community touchpoints that are driving new customers, community members having the largest influence on Twitter or Github, and much more. Commsor provides the Community Operating System, which allows companies to tie their community ecosystems together to measure and drive impact, and Meetsy, which enables communities and internal teams to facilitate meaningful one-to-one connections. The company also combines software, community, strategic services, and educational resources to give organizations the integrated solution they need to become Community-Led.