spacecraftTwo Austin digital design and marketing firms have merged.
SpaceCraft and Element Creative have joined forces and will operate under the management of SpaceCraft CEO Adam Moore and Element CEO Dan Isaacs.
The merger allows the company to expand, improve their products and provide great customer support.
SpaceCraft makes software to creative websites for small businesses. The software optimizes its performance on mobile devices. Its software, introduced in 2012, has built more than 1,000 websites. SpaceCraft received $1.35 million in Series A funding in August of 2011, according to the Austin Business Journal.
“We’ve been keeping track of SpaceCraft’s significant growth over the last couple years.” Isaacs, CEO of Element said in a news release. “I’m excited about combining these two experienced teams and at the potential of what we can accomplish in this rapidly growing market.”
“This merger brings together two great teams with proven track records.” Moore, SpaceCraft’s Co-founder and CEO, said in a news release. “Dan and I have worked together for over a decade. We helped Dell build their online business in the 90’s. As partners at T3, we helped make it one of Austin’s leading digital marketing firms, and most recently, we co-founded, grew and successfully sold digital marketing agency Springbox.”
Element Creative, founded in October of 2011, is a top digital design firm whose clients include Adobe, Evernote and Bloomfire. The combined company will have 18 employees and is profitable. The company plans to hire more employees and look for a bigger office and it may raise additional capital to expand.