Kansas City-based software platform DivvyHQ nabbed two top awards at the Content Marketing World convention earlier this month in Cleveland, Ohio.
For the second consecutive year, the startup received the audience choice award for the top content creation and workflow platform from the Content Marketing Institute — an industry leader with which DivvyHQ has an established relationship.
It was validating for the firm to be honored, said DivvyHQ Co-Founder Brock Stechman.
“I’m so thankful and proud of our team to be recognized with this award for the second straight year,” Stechman said in a release. “Since we launched at the first Content Marketing World in 2011, we’ve been on a mission to build the easiest-to-use content marketing solution.
In addition, the firm was announced the No. 1 overall content marketing software — which brings DivvyHQ one step further in its pursuit to be the world’s leading content marketing solution, co-founder Brody Dorland said.
“We are grateful to our community, our customers and everyone who has supported us over the last seven years,” Dorland said in a release. “We promise to continue doing everything we can to help content producers simplify their content planning process.”
The marketing tech firm has raised more than $3 million to date. Founded in 2011, DivvyHQ has been used in more than 90 countries and works with such major clients as Virgin Mobile, Olive Garden, Red Bull, Samsung, General Mills, Lowe’s, TripAdvisor and National Geographic.
In April, the chief strategist for the Content Marketing Institute, Robert Rose, joined the DivvyHQ team to lend his years of content marketing expertise. The startup also was named a finalist for the prestigious Entrepreneur of the Year 2017 Award in the Central Midwest.
DivvyHQ was recognized by Startland News as a Top Kansas City Startup to Watch in 2017.