DoNanza, which operates a platform for freelancers from all over the world (see our earlier coverage), has raised $1 million in funding from Google chairman Eric Schmidt’s Innovation Endeavors fund, AfterDox and other investors.
Founded in 2008 by Ami Dudu, Liran Kotzer and Gil Pal, DoNanza consolidates freelance jobs published across the Web, and matches them with freelancers in their database based on their individual skill sets and expectations.
The startup says its platform is used by hundreds of thousands of freelancers from all over the globe on a monthly basis. Soon, co-founder Liran Kotzer says, the company will launch a new product for freelances to better promote themselves online.
DoNanza offers professional-level tools to help freelancers find new Freelancer jobs, brand their freelance business, communicate with clients and more. Conceived in 2008 by Liran Kotzer and Ami Dudu and launched in June 2009, DoNanza develops and runs the most advanced search engine for Freelancer jobs, allows freelancers to brand their own pages from the DoNanza site to attract clients, and develops tools to help freelancers streamline their businesses. The DoNanza community now numbers more than 250,000 freelancer members,...