25 Apr '13, 4am

Singapore’s Dropmysite Drops a Bomb, Now Funded By 500 Startups

Singapore’s Dropmysite Drops a Bomb, Now Funded By 500 Startups

We’ve been following the progress of Singapore-based Dropmysite pretty closely in the past year. In that time, the website and email cloud backup service has acquired a US rival and expanded into numerous countries. Today the startup has announced an investment from Dave McClure’s 500 Startups . The funding amount hasn’t been revealed, but will be in the usual 500 Startups seed funding range, which is US$25,000 to $250,000. Aside from the cash, it gives the Dropmysite crew – who also run Dropmyemail, which has received funding in the past and expanded into the US market – access to the entire roster of 500 Startups mentors. Dropmysite says that it currently backs up a quarter of a billion emails and websites a day for nearly a million users. Singapore’s Payroll Hero and video-streaming site Viki are two other local ventures that have attracted funds from 500 Startups. Expl...

Full article: http://www.techinasia.com/singapore-startup-dropmysite-50...

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