Gradial Secures $5.4 Million in Seed Round

by Kay Aloha Villamor in March 4th, 2024

Gradial, a Seattle, Washington-based company that aims to simplify content management for global brands, secured $5.4 million in seed funding.  

SaaS Investors  

The round was led by Madrona, with participation from General Advance, Outsiders Fund, and Space Capital.  

Founded in Seattle in 1995, Madrona is a venture firm 1and based in Seattle, Washington, that invests in companies in the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Madrona specializes in seed, startup, Series A, and early-stage investments.    

Gradial Use of Funds 

The company will use the funding for its generative AI solution for content management and marketing operations.  

About Gradial  

Founded by veterans of SpaceX and Microsoft, Doug Tallmadge, Anish Chadalavada, and Deip Kumar, Gradial is building AI solutions to help marketing teams deliver better digital experiences and enable more time and resources for creative strategy. Gradial streamlines routine marketing workflows using AI automation that integrates with legacy systems to speed content management lifecycles and deliver customer insights.  

Funding Details            

Company: Gradial

Raised: $5.4M     

Round: Seed Round                                             

Funding Month: February 2024    

Lead Investors: Madrona  

Additional Investors: General Advance, Outsiders Fund, and Space Capital  

Company Website:   

Software Category: Content Management  



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