UK firm plans to expand its offerings and global reach

Marmalade receives $2m in funding

Marmalade has raised more than $2m in a funding round led by investment firm Bloc Ventures.

The cross-platform tech outfit plans to expand its roster tools over the next 12 months and expand its reach in the global market.

The news comes shortly after it appointed 7digital founder Ben Drury to the board.

“The entire team at Marmalade are focused on our clear growth plans for the next 12 months,” said Marmalade CEO Harvey Elliott, CEO.

“The Bloc Ventures-led investment will enable us to reach more of the global developer market as we expand our product offering, develop our technology roadmap and continue our plans for international expansion.”

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