Showing posts from January 26, 2014

Startups funding: Jelly and fitmob can now speed-up their expansion.

If unfamiliar, recalls that, this rubric is intended to help organizations, and investors to live in real-time what happens in the startups world; in terms of fundings, acquisitions, strategic alliances and more. Regarding the emerging countries, and startups, this is an instrument for them to discover which Venture Capital or Business angel can fund their projects
Jelly(Founded in 2013, San Francisco-based human-powered search engine), has raised an undisclosed amount of Series B funding from Greylock Partners with participation from Spark Capital. Jelly helps you discover and search platform powered by people from a user's social network. Founded by Biz Stone and Ben Finkel, Jelly last raised a Series A round in May of 2013 from a list of investors

Les priorités de Twitter, courant 2014.

Avec son audience formidable, Twitter n’est pas encore rentable, son entrée en bourse signifie maturité en tant qu’entité économique et technologique et confiance des investisseurs. Désormais, il est donc question pour le site de micro-blogging de séduireles annonceurs avec des outils performants de mesure et de diffusion et rassurer les investisseurs en leur démontrant que Twitter et viable