Ketch secures fresh investment just months after former round

Ketch, which automates data compliance for businesses, has reportedly closed another $20m in funding, just months after former investment.

The fresh equity was led by Acrew Capital, with commitments also coming from Ridge Ventures, super{set}, CRV and Silicon Valley bank, according to a report from TechCrunch.

Funds from the round will help Ketch increase its go-to-market strategy.

It comes less than six months after Ketch launched from stealth alongside a $23m Series A round.

Ketch, which was co-founded by Tom Chavez and Vivek Vaidya, serves as a data control platform for privacy, governance and security. Its technology is designed with simple tools to help simplify the collection and use of consumer data.

The company has three core products, consent management, regulation management and data subjects rights.

Its clients span the financial services, retail, education, technology and cloud industries.

Since its Series A in March 2021, Ketch claims to have increased its customer base by 300%.

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