Tokyo-based Compath.me, the startup behind family photo sharing platform Kiddy, announced today that it has raised 50 million yen (about $492,000) from Japanese internet company United.
The company was originally launched back in 2011, graduating from Tokyo-based startup incubator Open Network Lab. This latest news follows its previous seed funding from DG Incubation, Architype, and Netprice.com. ...continue reading...
The Bridge 5/29/2014 [en]
- Considering the recent growing size of fundraising, 50 million yen would not be a large amount, but it is a great step for a closed social network service in which there are no successful services yet. It is interesting to see whether Kiddy can become the first one to succeed in the field.