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Pushfor, a messaging and content sharing platform for businesses, has raised £1.2m in funding from NT Asset, C12 Ventures and Metdist Limited.

Based in London, Pushfor’s private cloud platform pushes, controls and tracks the distribution of content. Users can then securely and instantly access the pushed content without needing the authoring software on their device.

John Safa, founder of Pushfor, commented: “The amount of press coverage of businesses having confidential information being leaked is staggering. Pushfor solves this problem so you can share information securely, and pull or limit access as needed.”

The startup says it will use the funds to expand the business and product further.

“We are very focused on our growth strategy. As such we want to work with investors that not only bring the geographical reach but also significant experience of operating in these markets. This round wasn’t all about the money but about bringing in investors that could help us achieve our goal of becoming a billion-dollar global company,” Safa added.

Investors Kenneth Ng, of NT Asset, and C12 Venture’s Stephen King will also join the board at Pushfor.

King commented: “With financial institutions operating in such a highly-regulated market they face challenges around distributing content that is easily and quickly accessible whilst still being fully compliant around data security.

“Pushfor helps overcome these challenges and the potential use cases for this powerful secure content and messaging platform are limitless,” he concluded.