Pastbook, the startup on a mission to save your digital memories, today announced a $250k seed financing round with Noro Venture Capital, Vidoze BV and a group of undisclosed angel investors. The funding comes in the form of a convertible note and follows an earlier investment of €15k (plus office space and mentoring) from RockStart as part of PastBook being accepted into its accelerator program.
PastBook aims to collect all your memories in one –safe– place, detached from each social network, providing you with a unique experience to easily relive and share, either online (pdf) or offline through a printed book. Check out our previous PastBook-article where we took a deeper look into what the young company is all about.
By the way: The two PastBook-founders, Stefano Cutello and Giuseppe Prioriello, are originally from Italy but left the country to upstart their business idea in Amsterdam. Both founders will be visiting Silicon Valley this month expand their network there and eventually meet new investors.