Austin, Texas - August 11, 2011 - SpaceCraft, a web publishing platform for small businesses, announced today the close of a $1.35M Series A financing round led by Capital Sports & Entertainment (CSE). This is the first outside capital that SpaceCraft has raised.
CSE partner Bart Knaggs will take a seat on the Board of Directors, joining Board members Dave Marmonti and SpaceCraft co-founder and CEO Adam Moore. Since 2001, Knaggs has been responsible for marketing, management and corporate strategy as well as the creation of new ventures and partnerships. Bart is also a founding board member of the Lance Armstrong Foundation.
“There’s no question that small businesses and organizations face major challenges in marketing their business online,” says Knaggs. “We see great opportunity for the SpaceCraft platform to provide the tools necessary to meet the needs of this market.”
SpaceCraft’s web-based software allows its customers to create websites that work seamlessly across phones, tablets, PCs and TV. “It’s still incredibly difficult for small businesses to manage content and get discovered online,” says Moore. “We’re working to solve those problems by leveraging structured data principles and responsive design techniques.”
Through this structured data approach, SpaceCraft organizes company information and social content from around the web to create a highly-integrated and branded web presence. The company’s platform, combined with live customer support, provides a big agency experience at an affordable price point.
SpaceCraft will offer a free 14-day trial with subscriptions starting at $49 per month, athttp://gospacecraft.com.
SpaceCraft empowers small businesses and organizations to easily build a powerful web presence. Through the company’s web-based software and live customer support, SpaceCraft helps customers create and manage beautifully effective websites that work across all devices — mobile phones, tablets and PCs. Founded in 2010 by Adam Moore and Jeff Williams, SpaceCraft is based in Austin, Texas. For more information and to request a beta invite, visit http://gospacecraft.com.