How Faselis Inc. hit $2.7M revenue and 32 person team in 2023.
Faselis is an innovative and powerful SaaS platform that simplifies distribution of press releases to targeted journalists and influencers. Our products are used worldwide to reach audiences in the US, Benelux, Turkey, South Africa, and MENA/Central Asia.
Faselis was conceived by founder Aydin Sun, a former journalist and PR pro who recognized that existing products failed to meet the needs of PR (â€œsendersâ€) or journalists (â€œreceiversâ€). Aydin teamed with CTO Emek Tuzun to transform his vision into a powerful, intuitive, and robust platform.
Faselis PR is designed for PR pros.
â€¢ Press Releases - Distribute your releases to a targeted list of journalists and influencers.
â€¢ Events - Powerful event invitation tool with one-click RSVP for journalists.
â€¢ Distribution Planner - Schedule daily/weekly/monthly releases to ensure timely broadcasting.
â€¢ Media Lists - Build distribution lists or use our curated and frequently updated lists (30+ categories, 200+ titles).
â€¢ Team Management - Ea
Faselis Inc. Revenue
In 2022, Faselis Inc. revenue run rate hit $2.7M in revenue.
Faselis Inc. hit $2.7M in revenue in 2021
Faselis Inc. launched in 2017 with $0 revenue
Faselis Inc. Funding History
Faselis Inc. has 32 total employees and 7 sales reps that carry a quota.
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Aydin Sun is a startup executive with over 20 years of experience in the tech industry. In 2008, Aydin leveraged his past experience as a PR consultant and journalist to found Faselis, a media and press release distribution SaaS platform headquartered in San Francisco with additional presence in Turkey, The Netherlands, and South Africa.
As CEO of Faselis, Aydin led the initial product strategy and concept for the Faselis PR product built for PR professionals and the Faselis Lite product designed for startups. He is also responsible for leading the firm’s international expansion and penetration of new markets.
Aydin’s career history includes serving as a PR consultant for global tech brands (Cisco, Google, Panasonic, et al.), business development roles for leading Turkish mobile and broadband providers Turkcell, and as an editor chronicling the dot com boom of the late 1990s for tech publications InformationWeek and Computerworld.