ShopIgniter (www.shopigniter.com), a rapidly growing provider of innovative social eCommerce software, today announced the company has raised $8 million in Series B funding from new investor Trinity Ventures (http://trinityventures.com) and existing investor Madrona Venture Group (www.madrona.com)....
Monthly Archives: May 2011
Dealmaking around social media continues apace this week as investors and businesses shift their attention to the Web’s hottest frontier.
Founded back in 2008, when social shopping was an exciting but unproven idea, ShopIgniter has been building its business among clients who have real-world goods to sell online, with a focus on Facebook.
Madrona Venture Group has joined Trinity Ventures in an $8 million investment in ShopIgniter, a Portland company which provides an e-commerce platform to about 95 retailers.
ShopIgniter Inc. on Wednesday said it raised $8 million in a Series B round, making it the latest social media company to attract investors.
DotCloud, which makes software used by software engineers, bought Duostack Inc.
Hot Platform-as-a-Service startup DotCloud is acquiring fellow PaaS startup Duostack in an attempt to gird itself for a fight that’s likely to leave some casualties in the years to come. With PaaS startups proliferating and large vendors such as VMware, …
RadiumOne, the first digital ad network spanning across mobile, display and social and targeting audiences’ social connections in real-time with its proprietary ShareGraphTM technology, today announced the addition of three Advisory Board members and a Vice President of Marketing.
CrowdFlower, a startup that wants to help companies distribute basic jobs to crowds of remote online workers, says that it hit two big milestones this month — it has now managed its one-millionth worker, and those workers have accomplished more …