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SundaySky

sundaysky.com

Founded Year

2007

Stage

Acq - Fin | Alive

Total Raised

$67M

Valuation

$0000 

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About SundaySky

SundaySky, the creator of SmartVideo, helps customer-centric brands engage people with personalized, real-time video experiences at every step of the customer lifecycle. The SundaySky platform generates hundreds of thousands of SmartVideos daily, powering customer acquisition, support, growth and loyalty initiatives for leaders in ecommerce, telecommunications, insurance, banking and travel. AT&T, Office Depot, Allstate and other SundaySky customers have proven that SmartVideo viewers are more engaged, profitable and loyal, as program performance is measurable and optimized for incremental impact on key business metrics.

Headquarters Location

229 W. 36th Street 2nd Floor

New York, New York, 10018,

United States

212-929-8111

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SundaySky Patents

SundaySky has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Software testing
  • Data management
  • ITV television dramas
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

1/30/2019

8/25/2020

Software testing, Babergh, PlayStation (brand), Sony consoles, Discontinued products

Grant

Application Date

1/30/2019

Grant Date

8/25/2020

Title

Related Topics

Software testing, Babergh, PlayStation (brand), Sony consoles, Discontinued products

Status

Grant

Latest SundaySky News

Without a unicorn in sight: the Israeli startups are feeling the market crisis

Jul 31, 2022

The recruits from May and June may have brightened the face of many Israeli startups, but the month of July saw the lowest number of recruitments in the last four years, so those smiles have turned into frowns Oshry Alkeslasi / • 2 min read The roller coaster of the Israeli ecosystem continues, and after April, which was one of the weakest months we've seen here in the last two years, followed by a two-month "correction", we're back at a downward spiral. This month, Israeli startups reported less than $700 million in fundraising, half of the amount raised last month. Where are all the unicorns? The market crisis is finally starting to take its shape as July had a very weak month. This month, 22 fundraising rounds were reported by Israeli startups worth a total of 688 million dollars, which is 6 million dollars less than what was raised in April, the ecosystem's weakest month in the last two years. Though there was a mega-raising round for SundaySky of 100 million dollars, they also announced a partial acquisition, laid off employees and apparently have no plan to go public like was previously discussed. Apart from SundaySky, we didn't see any huge recruitment this month, and no company joined the unicorn club. We also saw that the trend of investing in young startups compared to more mature ones continues, although the gap between the number of young companies that reported raising capital was relatively low this month (13 young companies VS 9 mature companies). This small difference may be due to the relatively low overall number of recruitments. Only time will tell. Compared to the month of July in previous years, this July saw the lowest total recruitments in four years. Last year the ecosystem was still on fire and the Israeli startups reported fundraising a total of 2.4 billion dollars, in July 2020 though at the peak of the pandemic Israeli startups reported raising a total of 700 million dollars and in 2019 the Israeli startups reported fundraising of almost one billion dollars. Only one exit was recorded this month, from Israel’s startup Databand, which was purchased by IBM for an estimated $100 to $150 million. In addition, Israel's Perimeter X announced a merger with an American company. July 2022 funding recruitments Bizzabo raised $35 million Uncaged Studio raised $24 million for a blockchain game Dot Compliance raised $23 million in a Series B round

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SundaySky Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was SundaySky founded?

    SundaySky was founded in 2007.

  • Where is SundaySky's headquarters?

    SundaySky's headquarters is located at 229 W. 36th Street, New York.

  • What is SundaySky's latest funding round?

    SundaySky's latest funding round is Acq - Fin.

  • How much did SundaySky raise?

    SundaySky raised a total of $67M.

  • Who are the investors of SundaySky?

    Investors of SundaySky include Clearhaven Partners, Globespan Capital Partners, Viola Ventures, Norwest Venture Partners, Comcast Ventures and 7 more.

  • Who are SundaySky's competitors?

    Competitors of SundaySky include Eyeview and 4 more.

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