NewsCred is the world’s leading content marketing platform. The Company is powering marketing technology for the future – helping brands transform the way they connect with people, build brand love, and win more customers. NewsCred enables top brands such as Pepsi, Pfizer, Dell, Diageo, and Spotify to create amazing content experiences with simplicity, speed, and global scale. NewsCred's Content Marketing Cloud software provides the easiest end-to-end solution for content planning, creation, publishing and analytics. In one place, brands gain unprecedented access to the world's largest content marketplace, including licensed content from over 5,000 publishers and original content from our award-winning journalist network.

Brooklyn, US
Size (employees)
207 (est)
NewsCred was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in Brooklyn, US
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NewsCred Office Locations

NewsCred has offices in London, Brooklyn and Dhaka
Brooklyn, US (HQ)
386 6th Ave
Dhaka, BD
Kamal Ataturk Avenue 58/E 13th Floor 1212 Banani
London, GB
32-36 Great Portland St
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NewsCred Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date


Total Funding

$87 m

Latest funding size

$42 m

Time since last funding

3 years ago


NewsCred's latest funding round in September 2015 was reported to be $42 m. In total, NewsCred has raised $87 m
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NewsCred News and Updates

NewsCred Announces Winners of Its 2018 Top 50 Awards, Recognizing the 50 Best Brands Utilizing Content Marketing to Improve Their Business

PRESS RELEASE: NewsCred, the global leader in enterprise content marketing, today announced the winners of its 2018 Top 50 Awards. In the awards' second year, NewsCred identified companies that pushed boundaries and inspired others through content...

Trump Travel Ban Update Will Trigger Another Legal Fight

Expect a new batch of lawsuits to take place in opposition to President Trump's latest travel ban while the fate of the second ban remains uncertain. The travel industry should hope the third time isn't a charm. -Andrew Sheivachman

Key West Signals Slow Recovery With First Cruise Ship Arrival Since Hurricane Irma

Many cruise ships are floating cities and the lines don't need to worry about repairing and restoring hotels, electricity, flights and running water after a major storm. The arrival is a good sign for Key West, but for the time being, the kind of experiences cruise passengers have onshore likely won…

Southbound Lanes at U.S.-Mexico Border Crossing Closes for Weekend Repairs

Some 50,000 cars pass through this U.S.-Mexico border crossing on weekends. Damn, with all this talk about border walls, it seems the U.S. and Mexico are actually neighbors with myriad connections. -Dennis Schaal

Trump Travel Ban Deadline Will Produce New Country-By-Country Restrictions

We're waiting for the next shoe to drop, so to speak, and a flurry of headlines and lawsuits to follow. -Dennis Schaal

Maui Is Considering a 29 Percent Tax Increase for Vacation Rental Owners

Vacation rentals in the Aloha State are a big business so it's no wonder the government wants a cut. -Deanna Ting
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