• PowerPoint Killer Prezi Launches New Interface

    PowerPoint Killer Prezi Launches New Interface

    Prezi, a popular alternative to Microsoft PowerPoint and other presentation applications, launched a new version of its interface today. The company, which is advised by Jack Dorsey, also announced that it has passed the 15 million user milestone. Read More

  • Accel Leads $14M Round In Cloud-Based, Visual Presentation Software Prezi

    Accel Leads $14M Round In Cloud-Based, Visual Presentation Software Prezi

    Cloud-based presentation software Prezi has raised $14 million in Series B financing led by Accel Partners with Sunstone Capital participating in the round. Accel’s Andrew Braccia will be joining Prezi’s board of directors. Prezi, which was founded in Budapest, Hungary in 2009 by Adam Somlai-Fischer, Peter Halacsy, and Peter Arvai, essentially brings stunning visualizations… Read More

  • Prezi Launches A Precious Presentation App For The iPad

    Prezi Launches A Precious Presentation App For The iPad

    If you haven’t yet checked out Prezi, one of the most innovative presentation tools I’ve ever seen, you’re totally missing out. Today, the young company behind the amazing product is (finally) launching the highly-anticipated Prezi for iPad (iTunes link), enabling users to show stunning live presentations straight from the tablet computer. Right off the bat: we all know the… Read More

  • Prezi Gains VC Funding And Jack Dorsey As An Advisor

    I was genuinely amazed when I first saw a demo of Prezi at the most recent The Next Web conference, and wrote that it was simply the coolest online presentation tool I’d ever seen. I still stand by that statement, and I’m apparently not the only one impressed with what the Hungarian company is doing. The startup just secured an undisclosed amount in Series A financing from… Read More

  • Prezi Is The Coolest Online Presentation Tool I've Ever Seen

    At last week’s The Next Web Conference, I was part of the 4-headed jury that evaluated all presenting startups and ultimately decided My Name Is E should be awarded the top prize. It was an extremely close call, since we ended up having to decide between the young Dutch company and a startup that built a simply amazing web application you’re really going to want to check out. The… Read More

  • The Next Web Is Just Around The Corner (The Conference, That Is)

    The Next Web Conference 2009 in Amsterdam is quickly approaching, and it’s promising to be a good show again this year even if it won’t be Erick Schonfeld moderating the event this time. TechCrunch Europe’s Mike Butcher will be there though, and so will I, so hook up with us if you’re heading down to the conference too. In case you haven’t registered yet… Read More