Marketing tech unicorn is taking 23K sf at
3 Park Ave.

Zeta Global will move to the space this summer

TRD New York /
Feb.February 12, 2019 10:31 AM

3 Park Ave with Charles S. Cohen (left) and David Steinberg and  (Credit: Google Maps, Wikipedia, and JBS via YouTube)

A tech startup is snagging 23,000 square feet at Charles S. Cohen’s 3 Park Ave.

Zeta Global — a unicorn valued at more than $1.4 billion — will move into the single-floor space this summer, the New York Post reported. The company is upgrading from its 18,000 square feet of space across five floors at 185 Madison Ave.

Zeta Global is a marketing tech company that helps brands acquire and retain more customers — using what it calls “permission-based” profiles of 750 million people globally who have opted in through its platforms. The company has raised over $250 million in funding since it was first launched in 2007 as XL Marketing.

CEO David Steinberg co-founded the company with former Apple CEO John Sculley. Zeta Global has 25 worldwide offices, including in London, Silicon Valley and Hyderabad, India. [NYP] — Meenal Vamburkar


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