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Europe used to be thought of as being leagues ahead of America when it came to all things mobile, but apparently, for wireless social networ…

Europe used to be thought of as being leagues ahead of America when it came to all things mobile, but apparently, for wireless social networks that want to make money, the US is the place to be. AlarmClock:Euro cites two companies

  1. Good round up Dianne, though there's one more company to include.

    As previously reported in Moconews, Australian mobile social messaging startup Bluepulse received $6 million in funding from VantagePoint Venture Partners in 2007. In August 2007 the company relocated from Australia to offices in San Mateo, CA that were previously occupied by YouTube.

    Later in 2007, Bluepulse CEO Ben Keighran was chosen as a finalist in the BusinessWeek magazine America's Best Young Entrepreneurs of 2007 awards. In January 2008, Bluepulse was chosen as an AlwaysOn OnMedia Top 100 award winner.

    http://www.moconews.net/entry/419-bluepulse-gets-6-million-first-round-funding-moves-to-silicon-valley

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