ccLoop

  • ccLoop Failed To Fix Email, Shuts Down To Re-emerge As Pipewise

    ccLoop Failed To Fix Email, Shuts Down To Re-emerge As Pipewise

    Can ccLoop Rid Us Of Our Collective Email Woes? – I asked in a headline when the startup made its formal debut at TechCrunch Disrupt earlier this year. The answer, sadly, is a resounding no. Founded by serial entrepreneur Michael Wolfe, the company will shutter the service by January 9, 2012, and will henceforth focus on trying to solve user relationship management as Pipewise. Read More

  • Disrupt NYC: The Final Battle (Video)

    After 30 startups launching on stage at Disrupt NYC, it all culminated in the final battle between six finalists: Getaround, BillGuard, Sonar, Do@, ccLoop, and InvoiceASAP. What made this final battle so fascinating to watch was not only the quality of the startups, but the quality of the judges: Fred Wilson, Ron Conway, Marisa Mayer, Roelof Botha, and Josh Kopelman. We put together the… Read More

  • Can ccLoop Rid Us Of Our Collective Email Woes?

    Launching in public beta today at Disrupt is ccLoop, a previously stealth startup founded by serial entrepreneur Michael Wolfe that aims to tackle one of the biggest problems with modern communication: the disaster that is email. We heard the company had raised $3.5 million from Benchmark Capital, SV Angel and other investors earlier this year, but not how they were planning to solve that… Read More

  • Benchmark Capital Bets On Super-Quiet-Stealth-Shhhh ccLoop

    Benchmark Capital Bets On Super-Quiet-Stealth-Shhhh ccLoop

    Heard about ccLoop? No, probably not. It’s a new stealth startup founded by repeat (and very successful) entrepreneur Michael Wolfe. The company came out of Wolfe’s stint as an entrepreneur in residence last year at Benchmark Capital. This is Wolfe’s fourth company, the previous three have been huge wins. His last company, Vontu, was acquired by Symantec in 2007 for $350 million. Read More