Brands that have used the company’s content marketing platform include Ben & Jerry’s, General Mills and the National Geographic Channel.
In a few short days, the DivvyHQ founders will be in Dublin, showing off their content marketing platform at one of the world’s largest tech conferences.
The Kansas City tech company was accepted into the BETA program at the 2015 Web Summit conference, which gives the co-founders access to networking events, investors and mentors, and distinguishes the company as a standout startup that’s gaining traction.
To help foster growth, DivvyHQ plans to hire 20 to 30 employees over the next year to fill developer, sales, marketing and customer support roles. It recently hired a vice president of sales, marketing director, business analyst and content coach, bringing its total employee count to 10.