ExpressFlux Announce Acquisition By San Francisco Based Private Investemnt Group

Digital marketing agency ExpressFlux was founded in 2009, and has just been acquired by a group of San Francisco based investors, with details of the final deal to be released later this year.

E commerce is a flourishing growth industry, and giants such as Amazon are now constantly being challenged by the appearance of independent e-commerce stores that are easily operated by individuals. Stores like these need a hand with developing their core audience, boosting traffic and social media presence and eventually converting the traffic into actual sales. ExpressFlux is a digital marketing agency that does exactly that on behalf of store owners, offering one-click solutions to increasing traffic. They have announced recently a major investment by a group of private investors based in San Francisco.

The terms of the deal have not been released yet for public view, and ExpressFlux plans to make a formal presentation in the near future which will include all the details. The fact that their website is being redesigned already is suggesting that new features and a substantial new approach are just around the corner.

The group of private investors will be named in the formal presentation however sources within the company told us that users can expect further development in lead acquisition as well as an unprecedented ad buying technology and fine tuning the service's current SEO and traffic solutions. They also suggested that the company will exapand the team with more brilliant minds in the near future.

A spokesperson for ExpressFlux explained, "We grew up in London, but we have learned to fly in San Francisco. Our new office there was just established when multiple investors came knocking, however we had to be cautious about teaming with the right people. We're delighted to say that he have now found these people which means a bright future for our customers and our company. Our one-click engagement solutions offer the most efficient hands-off approach to lead generation ever seen, and with the recent expansion, we can maximize the potential of our services for a multitude of e-commerce store owners. This is a very exciting time for us, and we definitely look forward to share all the official details soon."

About ExpressFlux:

ExpressFlux is a results driven social media marketing agency that has proudly served more than 40,000 business owners since 2009. It offers cutting edge social media marketing services including one-click setup traffic campaigns that are highly targeted, search engine optimization campaigns and more, helping thousands of store owners to engage with their future customers through a multitude of channels, and eventually convert them into buyers.

Media Contact: 

Name: Penny G. McKee
Company Name: ExpressFlux
Phone no: 317-909-8728
State & City: California, San Francisco


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