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INFLCR is an app-based content-delivery and tracking platform for social media interactions, aimed primarily at college and professional sports programs.

The company was founded in 2017 by Jim Cavale. In early 2018 the company raised $1 million in venture capital, mostly from local investors. That process allowed the company to recruit veteran media executives Liz Ballard from NBC Universal and Tim Stephens from CBS Sports.

INFLCR operated from Innovation Depot before moving to new offices at 2212 1st Avenue South in 2019.

In October 2019 the Durham, North Carolina-based Teamworks acquired a majority ownership stake in INFLCR. Cavale joined that company as shareholder and chief innovation officer.

In 2022 INFLCR partnered with St Louis University to develop the "Billiken Exchange" hub as a clearinghouse for interactions between the university's athletes and its alumni, private donors and business supporters under Missouri's Name, Image, Likeness (NIL) law.


  • Patchen, Tyler (April 10, 2018) "Birmingham startup raises $1 million in seed capital." Birmingham Business Journal
  • Patchen, Tyler (October 7, 2019) "INFLCR to join forces with Teamworks after landing major investment." Birmingham Business Journal
  • Rubbelke, Nathan (April 21, 2022) "NCAA Division I college, INFLCR create portal to help businesses source NIL deals." St Louis Business Journal

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