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TimeRazor is a mobile application launching in March that will help you find events and offers near you. The company announced today it has raised $3.4 million from private investors.
TimeRazor is tackling the “fear of missing out” or FOMO as the company calls it. It proposes people are often so busy with errands and tasks they need to do, that they miss out on the fun events they want to do. TimeRazor is set to launch a free app next month for iOS and Android that will track events and offers that are relevant to you.
“Our customers will use the app to discover events not only around them, but where they will be going,” TimeRazor chief executive Jeff White told VentureBeat.
Along with the funding, the company also announced is has signed up new brand partners including L’Oreal’s Active Cosmetics Division, Renaissance Hotels, and Vail Valley Foundation. White says that the company’s brand partners will use the service to promote their brands and events.
TimeRazor was founded in June 2011 by Jeff White and Victoria Clark. The company is in stealth mode until its launch in March 2012.
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