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Woofound to raise $2 million more from investors

Woofound, the online and iPhone application that CEO Dan Sines has called the Pandora Internet radio for experiences, is now looking to raise another $2 million from investors, reports the Baltimore Sun: The company, which is building mobile and web apps that help users find stuff they like based on a simple image-based personality and […]

Woofound, the online and iPhone application that CEO Dan Sines has called the Pandora Internet radio for experiences, is now looking to raise another $2 million from investors, reports the Baltimore Sun:

The company, which is building mobile and web apps that help users find stuff they like based on a simple image-based personality and preference test, filed paperwork with the SEC that showed it intends to raise $2 million from investors. [more]


Thus far, the Baltimore-based startup has raised $443,000 of that $2 million, and has hauled in $1.2 million in investments since its founding in spring 2011. In order to curate experiences for users–art gallery openings or restaurant happy hours, say–Woofound presents people with a series of slides showing photos of things to do in the area, which users then tag as “Me” or “Not me.”
For more on Woofound, read Gus Sentementes’ company profile in the Baltimore Sun.

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