This Business Is Not BBB Accredited

Newsle, Inc.

Newsle, Inc.

(415) 800-0919

Newsle, Inc.

6 years in business

San Francisco, CA 94109
Additional Email Addresses
  • feedback@newsle.com
BBB File Opened: 11/01/2013
Business Started: 08/23/2011
Business Started Locally: 08/23/2011
Business Incorporated: 08/23/2011 in CA
Type of Entity
Corporation
Business Management
  • Mr. Paul Glootz, Business Development Manager
Business Category
  • Internet Marketing Services
Service Area
We service the following area(s): This business service area covers: Worldwide.
Number of Employees: 
12

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Overview

This company offers a news discovery platform for professionals. Newsle notifies its users about important news articles covering people in their network, seconds after they have been published. Newsle allows its users to follow their professional network, competitors, industry leaders and favorite trendsetters. It delivers important news in a continuously updated newsfeed and via newsle.com, email. Newsle public profiles news coverage in one page to give a concise and objective overview of their professional activities and achievements. Newsle is San Francisco based. It is funded by Lerer Ventures, SV Angel, Bloomberg Beta, and Rockwell & Evan Schnabel.

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Newsle, Inc.