Wishpot was founded in 2006 in Seattle by veterans of Microsoft and is backed by angel investors including Adrian Hanauer of Curious Office Partners, an innovative Seattle investment company and incubator. Hanauer was a seed investor in aQuantive (NASDAQ: AQNT) which Microsoft recently agreed to purchase for $6 billion, an early investor in Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) and most recently co-founder of ImageKind.
Wishpot is a free social shopping service that makes it easy to save and share interesting things you find in stores and online.
Items are easily collected online or from stores and organized using simple online lists. Lists and items can be kept private or shared with others. You can collect and discover products you like, recommend your favorite stuff, share and explore gift suggestions or ask for opinions and advice.
Funding Rounds (3) - $1.4MUpdate
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911 Western Ave.
Seattle, Washington 98104