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Presentify.me Secures $400,000 In Seed Funding

Submitted by on November 29, 2011 – 11:50 am

Presentify.me, which is a free website that lets consumers turn their daily deal vouchers into gift certificate-esque vouchers, which can then be in turn used for gifts.  The company has announced it has secured $400,000 in seed funding which the will be used to help the startup get to the next phase of their business. The company’s angel investors include Andrew Bachman, Tim Sykes, and Jamie and David Dingman.  Presentify.me was founded by Alex Vander Hoeven, Bob Pluss, and Chan Yin.

The London based entrepreneurs originally broke into the daily deal space with a Canadian deal aggregator, Dealzinga.com, and now have taken things a step further. “Dealzinga made the daily deal world easier to navigate. And now, with Presentify.me, those daily deals can be gifted,” says Alex, the Company’s CEO.

The group created Presentify.me during the company’s first 24 hour app-athon earlier this month and live-streamed the whole process from their office. After launching our aggregator, the question of whether or not it was acceptable to gift a coupon came up. “There are so many good deals out there that I’m sure people would love to give as gifts,” Alex says, “but no one wants to give a standard voucher as a present – Presentify.me solves this problem.”

Currently, Presentify.me allows any voucher from Groupon, Dealfind, Tippr, or GiltCity to be gifted with your choice of red, blue or yellow styling.

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Dave Forde

Dave “The Connector” Forde has been involved in the technology industry across Canada for over 10 years in sales and marketing roles, he launched PR In Canada, and on Profectio.

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