Top Ecommerce Startups that got Acquired in 2013

Acquired-2013

Top Ecommerce startups listed out Few companies that got acquired as on Aug 2013, these are few of the well know companies which were able to raise multiple rounds of funds and got acquired.

Most of the companies provided good returns for their Investors and founders.



Nexsan
Nexsan
Nexsan provides energy efficient disk-based storage systems designed for the long-term storage of digital information.
Funding: $24.5M
Acquired By: Imation
Price: $120M


Foodspotting
Foodspotting
Foodspotting is visual guide to good food and where to find it: Instead of reading and writing restaurant reviews, you can find and share great dishes
Funding: $3.75M
Acquired By: OpenTable
Price: $10M


Intucell

Intucell
Intucell Ltd. operates in stealth mode and offers radio management solution
Funding: $8.5M
Acquired By: Cisco
Price: $475M


Crashlytics
Crashlytics
Crashlytics provides powerful, yet light weight crash reporting for iOS and Android.
Funding: $6M
Acquired By: Twitter
Price: $100M


Dailymotion

Dailymotion
Dailymotion is a social video site based out of Paris that offers a mix of both amateur and professional content.
Funding: $68.5M
Acquired By: Orange
Price: $168M


mFoundry
mFoundry
mFoundry is the most popular mobile banking solution in the U.S., the choice of more than 800 banks and credit unions nationwide.
Funding: $40.3M
Acquired By: FIS
Price: $120M


Bluefin Labs
Bluefin Labs
Bluefin Labs is a social TV analytics company providing solutions to brand advertisers, advertising agencies and TV networks.
Funding: $20.4M
Acquired By: Twitter
Price: $80M


Sonicbids
Sonicbids
Sonicbids is the leading platform for bands to book gigs and market themselves online.
Funding: $4.5M
Acquired By: Backstage
Price: $15M


Pulse
Pulse
Pulse is an elegant news reading application for iPhone, iPad and Android devices.
Funding: $9.8M
Acquired By: LinkedIn
Price: $90M


Mailbox
Mailbox
Mailbox, now a part of Dropbox, is a mobile-first inbox that makes processing messages on your phone fast and delightful.
Funding: $5M
Acquired By: Dropbox
Price: $100M


Summly
Summly
Simple, intuitive and elegant. Summly redefines news for the mobile world with algorithmically generated summaries from thousands of sources.
Funding: $1.53M
Acquired By: Yahoo!
Price: $30M


Goodreads

Goodreads
Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers and book recommendations.
Funding: $2.75M
Acquired By: Amazon
Price: $150M


BodyMedia

BodyMedia
BodyMedia pioneered the development of wearable body monitors that collect physiological data for use in improving health, wellness and fitness.
Funding: $14.7M
Acquired By: Jawbone
Price: $100M


Market Leader
Market Leader
Market Leader (NASDAQ: LEDR) provides real estate professionals with innovative marketing and technology solutions that enable them to grow and manage their business.
Funding: $8.25M
Acquired By: Trulia
Price: $355M


AwesomenessTV
AwesomenessTV
Created by vetaran TV and Film producer Brian Robbins, Awesomeness TV is one of the original 100 channels that launched as a part of the YouTube Original Programming initiative.
Funding: $3.5M
Acquired By: DreamWorks Animation
Price: $33M


Tumblr
Tumblr
Tumblr is a re-envisioning of tumblelogging, a subset of blogging that uses quick, mixed-media posts.
Funding: $125M
Acquired By: Yahoo!
Price: $1.1B


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