Inporia's current product is Kaleidoscope - a inspiration ecommerce app and widget.
Kaleidoscope launched on Android in Feburary 2011 and was made available for the iPhone in April 2011. It’s the first in what promises to be a series of ecommerce-driven apps from parent company Inporia. The four-person company was started by Ryan Junee, a serial entrepreneur who co-founded Omnisio (acquired by Google in 2008) and serves as a mentor to 500 Startups and StartMate, and Max Skibinsky. Sarah Kunst and Simon Ratner complete the 4 person team. It raised $1.25 million in seed funding from Ron Conway’s SV Angel and 500 Startups, NEA, Start Fund and Y-Combinator among others.
Funding Rounds (1) - $1.25MUpdate
|Aug 27, 2012||TechCrunch - Fashion-Focused Kaleidoscope App Readies Personalized Shopping & Recommendations|
|Apr 13, 2012||Mashable - Kaleidoscope, An App for Curated Street Style Fashion, Arrives on iPhone|
|Feb 16, 2012||New York Observer - Y Combinator Alum Launches Kaleidoscope, a Street Style App That Takes You from Photo to Purchase|
|Jan 13, 2012||New York Observer - Rumors & Acquisitions: When Embargoes Break|
|May 11, 2011||GeekWire - Ignition joins with Ron Conway, Dave McClure and others to back stealthy Inporia|
|May 11, 2011||TechCrunch - Stealth Startup Inporia Raises $1.25 Million From Ron Conway, 500 Startups And More|
|May 10, 2011||TechCrunch - Stealth Startup Inporia Raises $1.25 Million From Ron Conway, 500 Startups And More|
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