Published On: Mon, Dec 7th, 2015

Israeli startup KIDOZ raises $3.5 million from Roman Abramovich’s Millhouse Capital, CiG



KIDOZ  has raised $3.5 million in new funding from Millhouse Capital owned by Roman Abramovich and CIG Capital. Israel-based kids content discovery platform is set to open offices in New York and China in 2016.

To date, the company has raised $5 million in outside funding. Series A round, led by lool ventures, with participation from angel investors including Dov Moran, Aryeh Mergi and others.

Kidos, was founded by CEO Gai Havkin in 2009, is also launching KIDOZ NETWORK, app developers can embed KIDOZ’ technology as a content recommendation tool inside their apps to increase engagement and generate revenue in a kid-safe way without ads or in-app purchases. The newly launched KIDOZ Network allows kids brands also to promote their content directly to kids on the company network.



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