Stamford Firm Raises $2.15 Million In Funding

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Local Yokel Media, a Stamford firm that places digital ads in hyperlocal media has announced that it’s raised over $2 million in funding.
The funding comes in part from Connecticut Innovations and the Department of Economic and Community Development. The firm specializes in placing advertising that it targeted to specific geographical areas, using  the websites of local newspapers and blogs. The company also creates ads if needed.

“The funding that we have secured will be used to further build our hyperlocal ad targeting platform, and for business development and sales and marketing efforts,” said Dick O’Hare, Local Yokel Media CEO.

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