Zannel makes the mobile industry's first Instant Media Network(TM), which allows people to instantly and visually communicate what's happening now across mobile and the web, including all major social networks. Zannel won a Webby for Best Mobile Social Network in 2008, serves million of unique visitors per month, has over 50 partnerships with leading operators, media companies, and brands. Founded by the team that built the first large-scale mobile media storefronts in the US, Zannel combines the best of mobile messaging, media sharing, and social networking into an intuitive, compelling user experience. Located in San Francisco, Zannel is backed by USVP, Alloy, and Palomar Ventures.
Funding Rounds (2) - $16MUpdate
Current Team (1)Update
|Jun 21, 2013||Twitter - AVOS Systems acquired Zannel|
|Dec 22, 2009||Venture Beat - Here are the Crunchies finalists; vote for your favorites|
|Dec 14, 2008||CNet - Zannel brings media-rich microblogging to iPhone - CNET|
|Oct 23, 2008||ZD Net - Digital Web Business News: Weekly Report - Oct. 23, 2008|
|Oct 15, 2008||Gigaom - Zannel Launches Blue And Red Political Channels Leading Up To Presidential Election|
|Jul 22, 2008||Gigaom - Going Mobile: Is Web Work Really Going to My Mobile Device?|
|Jun 23, 2008||TechCrunch - Chat With Facebook Friends and Share Flickr Pics or YouTube Vids On Your Phone With Jibe Mobile (Invites)|
|Jun 2, 2008||press.zannel.com - Zannel raises 10000000 in venture round|
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