Cliently Receives SC Launch, Inc. Investment

  • Jul 19, 2018
  • Press Releases

Summerville, S.C. – SC Launch, Inc. recently finalized an investment for Cliently, based in Myrtle Beach, SC. The company was accepted into SCRA’s Entrepreneurial Programs as a Client Company in July 2017.

Cliently is a lead generation and retention platform that helps companies of all sizes engage with potential prospects. The company’s workflow automation creates personalized content, such as emails, postcards, video messages, branded merchandise and even real phone calls, to create opportunities without hours of prospecting. The company received a $50,000 Acceleration Grant in September 2017, which was used to build out version 2.0 and accelerate revenue growth. The $200,000 investment will be used toward continued revenue growth and new product development.

"We are extremely excited to continue the partnership with SCRA,” said Spencer Farber, Cliently Founder and CEO. “With their resources and the SC Launch funding, we will be able to further enhance our clients’ ability to increase engagement with their leads and prospects."

“We look forward to the continued growth of Cliently and their impact in the Myrtle Beach area and beyond,” said Jill Sorensen, SCRA Director of Entrepreneurial Programs. “The team’s innovative technologies are changing the marketplace.”

SCRA is a state-chartered organization that fosters job creation and grows South Carolina’s Innovation Economy. Through SCRA’s Entrepreneurial Program, early-stage companies are provided mentoring and grants and may be eligible for an investment from SC Launch, Inc. The program is open to qualified South Carolina companies in the Advanced Materials/Manufacturing, Information Technology and Life Sciences industries.

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