Content Llama from Donegal has been ranked among the top 10 Irish startups to watch in 2022 and beyond.
The leading magazine EU-Startups has chosen Content Llama from a range of pioneering companies in the fields of finance, transport and technology.
Content Llama was founded by Karina Kelly and Joleen Looney in 2019 and uses its proprietary content configuration technology platform that automates the collection, configuration and delivery of multi-source product content for online retailers and connects in turn brands and retailers more significantly. path.
Last November, the company secured € 2.5 million from Elkstone Partners and the Western Development Commission to further expand its global presence. With the fundraising they hope to create 20 more jobs.
The Enterprise Ireland-backed company currently employs 42 people, of which 14 are full-time and 2 part-time in Ireland, with the rest based in countries like Ukraine, Portugal, Netherlands, South Africa and Spain.
Llama works with more than 3,600 global brands to configure content at scale for well-known clients such as Walmart, Aer Rianta International and Lifestyle Sports and hopes to develop this in the future as the company continues on its successful growth trajectory. .
The company will focus on international customers, particularly in the United States from its Chicago base as 2022 approaches.
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