Tokyo-based Timers, the startup behind social network app Pairy, announced today that it has raised $100 million yen (approximately $970,000) from four Japanese investment firms: Incubate Fund, Itochu Technology Ventures, East Ventures, and NTT Docomo Ventures. Pairy helps couples better communicate with each other, with functions like private photo sharing, chatting, and sharing.
This is the first funding for the company since its launch one and half years ago. ...continue reading ...
The Bridge 12/18/2013 [en]
- Pairly is one of six start-ups in the first batch of Docomo's seed accelerator program, and won the first award at its demo day.