Interactive TV technology specialist Ensequence has secured commitments for additional funding of about US$26 million (€20 million) that it says will help accelerate its expansion into mobile and connected TV.
The latest funding round was led by venture capital firm Myrian Capital.
Ensequence has also named Jim Stengel, former global marketing officer at Proctor & Gamble and CEO of consultancy The Jim Stengel Company, and a member of Myrian Capital’s advisory board, to its board.
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