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Zyper Raises $6.5 Million In Series A Funding

Zyper, a peer-to-peer marketing software platform, has raised $6.5 million in Series A Funding, bringing its total funding to $8.5 million. The most recent financing round was led by Talis Capital, with contributions from Forerunner Ventures and Y Combinator.

Founded by entrepreneur Amber Atherton in 2017, Zyper will be allocating these funds to the opening of the company’s headquarters in San Francisco, the expansion of its engineering and sales teams and the development of its predictive analytics engine and recommendation system algorithms.

The Zyper platform uses natural language processing and computer vision designed to pinpoint the top 1% of a brand’s most loyal customers. These shoppers can serve as brand advocates, providing user-generated content (UGC) to stimulate conversation about the products and services they are using.

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The platform is designed to improve the quality, scalability and efficiency of community marketing by allowing brands to track and manage their fans automatically using advanced machine-learning models.

Zyper has worked with retailers such as Banana Republic, Coty, Nestlé and Topshop to help them build loyal communities.

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