Epoxy secures $6.5M in Series A to help YouTube networks better engage with fans

By Editor June 24, 2014

Epoxy screenshotYouTube analytics startup Epoxy has some fans with deep pockets, picking up $6.5 million in Series A funding. Investors in the round include Upfront Ventures and Time Warner Investments. The Venice, California-based company is focused on the social aspect of the YouTube equation, offering content producers a set of social tools to better engage with fans. The service includes analytics to allow users to measure the effectiveness of their efforts.

It was founded in 2012 by CEO Juan Bruce and CPO Jason Ahmad, and previously raised $7.5 million via a Seed and initial Series A round.