Rewind.Me is a New York City-based startup that helps people create, manage, and benefit from a new personal asset: their digital history. Rewind.Me founder, Craig Danuloff, a dot-com veteran who sold one of the first e-commerce platforms, iCat, to Intel in ’98 approached Awesome to create a comprehensive user interface design so Rewind.Me users can dive into their past experiences by pulling in their social network data.
After working with Awesome, Rewind.Me has just recently closed a seed funding round of $800K and also became part of TechStars, an elite mentorship-driven start-up accelerator that’s funded by more than 50 venture capital firms, and over 25 angel investors.
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