Arbor (formerly known as Pippio) operates the first marketplace for people-based data. Publishers and app developers are empowered to surface, value, and fully monetize their data asset in a privacy-friendly, transparent manner. Marketers gain accurate insights on their customers and the tools to reach them more precisely.

Company Growth (employees)
New York, US
Size (employees)
10 (est)
Arbor was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in New York, US

Arbor Office Locations

Arbor has offices in New York and San Francisco
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Arbor Financials and Metrics

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Arbor's latest funding round in September 2016 was reported to be $6.5 m. In total, Arbor has raised $11.3 m

Arbor's Web-traffic and Trends

Arbor News and Updates

SkySpecs lands $8 mln Series B

Ann Arbor, Michigan-based SkySpecs, an automated infrastructure inspection company, has raised $8 million in Series B financing. Statkraft Ventures led the round with participation from other investors that included UL Ventures, Capital Midwest, Venture Investors and Huron River Ventures.

4 U.S. tech hubs to watch in 2018

ANALYSIS: The two questions I get asked most frequently when I tell people that I report on tech startups across Middle America are: Which startups outside of Silicon Valley are getting the most traction? And which cities are home to the most interesting tech activity? I find that it’s typically eas…

NS8 grabs $7.5 mln in Arbor Ventures-led round

Arlington, Virginia-based NS8, an ecommerce fraud prevention solutions provider, has raised $7.5 million in funding. Arbor Ventures led the round with participation from return investors TDF Ventures and Hanna Ventures.

Precision medicine clinical decision support system bests oncologists at picking cancer treatment

A prominent academic medical center, a supercomputer and a California start-up came together to determine the best regimen for a patient after doctors had tried four previous times.

Hospitals plan to boost investments in clinical analytics by 17%

New research projects that healthcare organizations will continue buying more and more analytics technologies every year.

ONC contest winners find innovative algorithms to fix patient matching problem

Vynca, PIC-SURE and Information Softworks emerge from a crowded field with new strategies for probabilistic record matching.
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