SAN FRANCISCO — Typeface, a generative AI platform for enterprise content creation, has landed $100 million with the close of its Series B round. The oversubscribed round was led by Salesforce Ventures with participation from Lightspeed Venture Partners, Madrona, GV (Google Ventures), Menlo Ventures, and M12 (Microsoft’s Venture Fund). With total capital raised of $165 million at a valuation of $1 billion, Typeface plans to scale its personalized, on-brand generative AI platform to meet the strong demand from enterprises worldwide.
“The transformative potential of AI in content creation is undeniable, but businesses face unique challenges that require enterprise-ready solutions,” said Abhay Parasnis, Founder and CEO at Typeface. “By combining the strengths of generative AI platforms with our brand-specialized knowledge, we have eliminated the barriers for enterprises to harness generative AI. Typeface empowers every enterprise to create high-quality, personalized content that aligns with its unique voice.”
“To make generative AI truly effective in an enterprise environment, it is essential to have a robust solution and a highly experienced team that understands the specific challenges faced by businesses. Typeface represents best-in-class enterprise generative AI with its unique focus on brand personalization, IP ownership, and seamless integration into existing workflows. We are thrilled to invest in Typeface’s talented team and their exceptional vision,” said John Somorjai, Chief Corporate Development and Investment Officer at Salesforce.
Since its public launch in February 2023, Typeface says it has gained strong customer interest, from digital-native brands to Fortune 500 companies, across diverse industry segments. Typeface provides a wide range of workflows across departments, including marketing, sales, product, and HR. This trust in Typeface demonstrates its ability to rapidly personalize content at scale while maintaining brand integrity. To further drive innovation, Typeface recently unveiled new features, such as an advanced Image Studio for high-resolution product photography, video-to-text conversion, and selective image editing and regeneration.
“With Typeface, we have unlocked the power to generate thousands of personalized, on-brand images, spanning over multiple diverse markets and significantly reducing our production time to amplify our content factory initiative. Typeface provides us the capability to create a unified ‘one brand’ approach, amplifying our cross-selling opportunities, consistent brand representation across various business units, and the ability to deliver tailored content to each target market,” said David Kang, SVP Digital Commerce & Marketing Solutions at LG Electronics.