Crowdfunding is a hot market right now. Every other day it seems that a new crowdfunding portal appears. But when a company emerges that wants to do the backend plumbing so that everyone can have their own social fundraising platform, one might think that this space has reached a fever-pitched level.
Invested.in announced Thursday that it’s raised $830,000 from a number of angel investors, including Kamran Pourzanjani, who founded PriceGrabber. Invested.in is a LA-based startup that wants to build crowdfunding platforms for large philanthropies or companies seeking to build their own social fundraising platform.
Other investors include Siemer Ventures, Canyon Creek Capital, Karlin Ventures, Gordon Crawford, David Carter, Mark Schwartz, Michael Liou, Chairul Irawan, Chris Grey, Steven Roussey, Alan Stern, Irv Weintraub, Steve Reich, Mark Kolokotrones, Brad Schwartz, and Terry Kay. Prior to this convertible-note round, Invested.in received $45,000 from Amplify, Venice, CA-based accelerator Amplify, which took an 8% stake in the startup
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