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Dachis Group Acquires Social Marketing Applications Developer Stuzo

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Social business services company Dachis Group
has acquired Stuzo, provider of
social marketing applications and
programs, and notably one of the first and largest Facebook Preferred
Developers. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

Stuzo offers a suite of services and technologies serving social
marketers, launching nearly 200 custom social marketing campaigns
for over 100 global brands and agencies in under three years. The
company was launched in May 2007 and quickly became one of the
first ten Preferred Developers worldwide selected by Facebook.

Dachis Group says the acquisition of Stuzo fits into its
strategy of becoming the “world leader in Social Business
Design”, adding capabilities to allow large global brands the
development and customization of platforms and features for the
management of Facebook Pages, the development of Facebook apps, or
development and management of Facebook Connect integrations for
clients and their brands.

The company says it will integrate Stuzo into the
company’s offering effective immediately.

Dachis Group was founded in 2008, by CEO and chairman Jeffrey
(cofounder and former CEO of Razorfish). The
company offers services around the globe with offices in eight
cities in five countries, employing over 120 people.

Its growth strategy, which consists of rolling up smaller
companies in the social business services space as well as growing
organically, is backed by a financial commitment of up
to $50 million
from Austin
(Dachis Group is headquartered in Austin, Texas).

Source: Dachis Group Acquires Social Marketing Applications Developer Stuzo

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