The Los Angeles Business Journal brings you a weekly roundup of L.A. launches.
Two Santa Monica tech companies announced today that they’ve secured eight-figure capital raises from leading venture capital firms.
Pasadena advertising firm Ayzenberg Group has boosted its digital offerings with a new platform that connects digital marketers and brands with social media celebrities known as influencers.
Santa Monica’s ParkMe, which provides real-time parking information through its app, has expanded its service to Venice and Hollywood.
OpenX, a Pasadena automated online ad exchange, has launched a new platform designed to improve the quality of its inventory and help eliminate ad fraud.
INTERNET: TheAmplify casts online influencers in ‘Insurgent’ video promotion.
Culver City social media marketing firm theAmplify, which launched in January 2014, has broadened its range of creative offerings to include green-screen video production for campaigns on Instagram featuring popular influencers.
Stay Fit Housing helps business people work out their travel plans.
Stay Fit Housing makes room for healthy services to pursue business travelers.
San Francisco ride-sharing company Sidecar is bringing its business delivery service to Los Angeles.
BeMyDD, an online and phone service that lets customers request designated drivers to take them home, has moved its headquarters to Los Angeles from Cleveland.
El Segundo’s PCM Inc., makers of the PC Mall and MacMall technology product catalogs, has acquired some assets from En Pointe Technologies Sales Inc., an information technology firm that specializes in Microsoft products.