Dec 12, 2011

Social Scheduling, Droppy Fundraised From Samurai / Venture Now

Aetel announced that it raised 4.5 million yen from Samurai Incubate Fund III by allocation of new shares.

Aetel was founded by Yohei Isobe, student of Wased University, in this June. It has an office in Waseda University Incubation Center where Livesense, a recently listed startup, used to be based.

Other eight members are university students. All of them are involved with development of social scheduiling service, Droppy to be launched at the beginning of 2012. ...

Droppy allows users to follow (drop) calender on Droppy to fill their own schedule. There are various types of calenders such as event schedule of IT companies, CD sales date of artists, and program of sports games. With both human resoruce and crowling, it gathers and registers calenders. ...

Venture Now 12/9/2011 [jp]

  • Students startups are recently increasing more rapidly than ever, including Wondershake (ONL and Teclosion winner), Labit (IVS 2011 Fall winner), and Facematch (SF Japan Night winner)

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