Content Llama aims to raise €15 million in next funding round

Donegal-based software business has 42 staff across Ireland, the Netherlands, Ukraine and South Africa, with 20 new roles to follow

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
5th December, 2021
Content Llama aims to raise €15 million in next funding round
Karina Kelly, co-founder and chief executive, Content Llama: ‘We have our investment now and we can build the product to take it global.’ Picture: Joe Dunne

Content Llama, a Donegal-headquartered software business, plans to raise €15 million in its Series B funding round. The round will be raised over the next 12 to 18 months and follows a €2.5 million Series A round announced last month.

Content Llama helps e-commerce retailers get websites ready by automating the process of getting products onto pages and distributing that information across the web.

The company has 42 staff spread across Ireland, the Netherlands, Ukraine, and South...

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