Videosharing site Fliqz closes another funding round

Fliqz, the social video sharing site has raised $2.5 million in Series B round of funding, according to PEHub. Mohr, and Davidow Ventures participated in the investment. Last year Fliqz had raised $1 million in its Series A round. Fliqz, which has a pretty basic design claims to be focused on being longer media storage platform. Their plans aside, I am not able to play videos on Firefox. On whole can’t see where exactly Fliqz is headed a very tight market.

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2 Responses to “Videosharing site Fliqz closes another funding round”

  1. Benjamin Wayne Says:

    Thanks for covering Fliqz on StartupSquad!

    Although Fliqz has been best known to consumers for our video sharing site, our public face will be disappearing in the next few weeks as we concentrate on our core business of delivering full service, plug-and-play video solutions to third party sites.

    Over 300 sites and hundreds of blogs rely on our API and widget solutions to power over 30 million videos a month. Sites wishing to learn more about our private-label solutions can contact us at sales@fliqz.com or check out the Fliqzster, our instant video widget, at http://www.widgetbox.com.

    Thanks again for including us, and look for the launch of our new corporate site in the next few weeks.

    Benjamin Wayne
    President & CEO
    Fliqz, Inc.

  2. StartupSquad » Blog Archive » Fliqz has new(no) looks; Video-Sharing is out Says:

    […] Fliqz, the video-sharing startup that had raised $2.5 million in Series B in February, has finally done away with video sharing side of things on it’s own site and is up with a new look. Fliqz will now be concentrating only on providing white-labeled full service, a plug-and-play video solution to third party sites. As of the news of it’s last funding, Fliqz was powering videos on over 300 external sites and hundreds of blogs via it’s API and widget solutions to deliver 30 million videos a month. […]

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