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Offices

Scoop.it HQ
48 2nd Street
Third Floor
San Francisco, CA, 94105
USA

People

CEO and Co-Founder
President and Co-Founder
VP of Monetization
Board Member

Funding

TOTAL $2.6M
FUNDING TOTAL $2.6M
Venture Round, 7/2013
Partech Ventures
Elaia Partners
IXO Private Equity
Orkos Capital
$2.6M

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Scoop.it

Scoop.it is the leading content curation publishing platform for individuals and businesses. Combining a big data semantic technology that crawls and qualifies more than 10 million web pages every day with a robust publishing hub, Scoop.it lets users discover, enrich and share relevant content on their topics of expertise. This not only helps them build their online presence through topic pages from which they feed their social networks, but it also makes the Web a smarter, more organized place for everyone.

Scoop.it is headquartered in San Francisco with offices in Toulouse, France. The startup has 16 employees comprised of seasoned engineers and social media professionals. Founded by Guillaume Decugis and Marc Rougier, whose previous companies were successfully acquired by Microsoft and IBM, respectively, Scoop.it raised its seed and its A round from Partech Ventures, Elaia Partners, IXO Private Equity and Orkos Capital.

Recent Milestones

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    Scoop.it — Scoop.it celebrates 2 years since launch and 100 million people reached by its community of users through the content they curate and share on their topics of expertise. (11/4/13)
    Posted 2/28/14 at 10:40am via scoop.it
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    Scoop.it received $2.6M in Venture Round funding. (7/30/13)
    Posted 7/30/13 at 8:04pm via finsmes.com
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    Scoop.it added Andrew Federici as VP of Monetization. (7/1/13)
    Posted 7/16/13 at 2:20am
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    Scoop.it — Scoop.it launches mobile version on the iPhone: first solution to curate and publish on the go. (12/16/12)
    Posted 2/28/14 at 10:55am via techcrunch.com
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    Scoop.it — Scoop.it launches after successful private beta seeing 35% month-to-month growth. (11/3/11)
    Posted 2/28/14 at 10:59am via venturebeat.com
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    Scoop.it added Marc Rougier as President and Co-Founder. (1/1/10)
    Posted 5/4/11 at 12:32am
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    Scoop.it added Guillaume Decugis as CEO and Co-Founder. (1/1/10)
    Posted 4/29/11 at 4:55am

Videos

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Scoop.it: it just works!

Added: 2/28/14

Screenshots

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Above: Scoop.it allows users to easily publish topics like this one by curating the best content out of relevant suggestions
Uploaded: 5/5/11
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Above: Scoop.it allows professionals and businesses to easily curate and publish content on their areas of expertise for thought leadership development, content marketing, social media publishing or even corporate knowledge management.
Uploaded: 2/28/14
Scoop.it screenshot
Above: Publishing-by-curation makes it easier for professionals and businesses to become media and feed their online presence on their blogs, social media, web sites or newsletters.
Uploaded: 2/28/14

Sources

  1. Scoop.it Raises $2.6 M In Funding (finsmes.com) [edit]
  2. Two years sharing ideas that matter to 100 million people (blog.scoop.it) [edit]
    Curate Your Own Digital Magazine With Scoop.it For iPhone (techcrunch.com) [edit]
    Anyone’s a magazine editor with Scoop.it, launching publicly today (venturebeat.com) [edit]
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