Last year was one of amazing growth for Acceleration Partners, thanks in part to success with clients like Tiny Prints, which won an Affiliate Summit Pinnacle Award for Exceptional Merchant and One Kings Lane, which cracked the ShareASale Top 5 in November. We also forged new relationships with top consumer brands like adidas, Craftsy, ModCloth and Stella & Dot.
The first quarter of 2013 is proving to be just as exciting. Not only did two more of our clients break into the ShareASale Top 20 in February, we have partnered with Reebok, Unreal Brands, TaskRabbit, LiquidSpace, Go Daddy, Coupons.com and Chelsea Clock on digital strategy and new customer acquisition.
We love working with the industry’s next generation of blue chip e-commerce brands and their investors. Innovative companies that are willing to take a progressive approach to online marketing have given us a first-hand look at what’s working and what’s not in customer acquisition. For most, a strategic and creative mix of multiple customer acquisition programs results in profitable growth.
Across the board, all our clients – and their investors – are more focused than ever on smart growth that delivers on both the top and bottom line providing scalability and a competitive advantage.
As 2013 continues, we are excited to continue our work with the leading edge companies and investment firms that are taking profitable customer acquisition to the next level.
A sample of VC Firms that invested in our clients in 2012 include: 500 Startups, Accel Partners, Access Venture Partners, Andreesen Horowitz, Anthem Venture Partners, Canaan Partners, Felicis Ventures, First Round Capital, Floodgate Fund, Forerunner Ventures, Foundry Group, Google Ventures, Greylock Partners, Harrison Metal Capital, Index Ventures, Institutional Venture Partners, Kleiner, Perkins Caulfield & Byers, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Norwest Venture Partners, Polaris Venture Partners, Raptor Ventures, Sequoia Capital, Shasta Ventures, Silver Lake Partners, Spark Capital, SV Angel, Technology Crossover Ventures and TriplePoint Capital.