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News | Round- up April 24

Carbon DMP announces new parent company 

Congratulations to 16-26 resident Carbon who, amidst the tough times, has a new parent company, Glam Holdings. 

The acquisition means the data management platform will be launching a new powerful AI & Data platform for publishers trading under the Carbon brand in July. 

The merge began in early 2020 with aligned visions to develop the relationship and offering to solve problems for publishers in a unique way. 

The combined entity will be processing almost 1 billion users every month, transacting over 2bn daily data points in real-time, all with 100% proprietary technology. 

These new tools will be able to unlock currently untapped revenue for publishers who are on Carbon’s powerful new platform and will use the talent of award-winning data-scientists based right here in Teesside. 

 

DigitalCity Accelerator programme open for applicants 

If you’re an early-stage tech or digital business this ones for you. 

The deadline to apply for DigitalCity’s Accelerator programme has been extended to next Friday (1 May). 

The programme offers a business development grant of up to £5,000, bespoke mentoring from expert business coaches and a seven-week workshop programme that gives entrepreneurs everything they need to grow their business. 

Starting on Wednesday 20 May, you can find out more about the programme here. 

 

Aero Commerce shortlisted for 2020 Retail Systems Awards 

Ecommerce platform provider, Aero Commerce has been shortlisted for Startup Company of the Year at the 2020 Retail Systems Awards. 

Based in Commerce House, Aero Commerce is used by agencies to develop ecommerce stores for retailers. The platform has developed to be global with tax calculations that can work in any region and the ability for stores to be presented in any language. 

This year’s 15th Annual Retail Systems Awards will be hosted in London on 19 October, celebrating the biggest and best in the retail technology sector. 

Congratulations team and good luck. 

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