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PageCloud is a browser-based website creation platform.

Canada, North America Disrupt NY 2015

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Craig Fitzpatrick Founder

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Website-creation platform PageCloud raises $4M Series A

Sam O'Keefe

Browser-based website-creation service PageCloud announced that it has closed a $4 million Series A, bringing the company’s funding total to date to about $8.5 million. Participants in the round include early-stage venture-capital firm Accomplice, trade-finance agency Export Development Canada and angel investors like Shopify CEO Tobi Lutke, former SalesForce VP Avanish Sahai, and former LinkedIn VP Ellen Levy. […]


Can chatbots help build your next website?

Henry Pickavet

Small businesses have their pick of affordable DIY website-building platforms. But these “no coding skills required” platforms struggle to acquire and retain customers. While the UI is often beautifully designed, it’s still too much work -- and for business owners, who has the time? A fresh crop of startups is putting the power of design and development back into the hands of experts.


Where Are They Now? Startup Battlefield Company PageCloud

Sam O'Keefe

The beauty of content management systems (CMS) like WordPress, Wix, Weebly and others is in the ability to create and build a complete website using just your browser. Designers are given the flexibility to make changes to their websites using simple browser-based tools, which means they don’t need to learn desktop tools like Dreamweaver or Photoshop or web programming languages like HTML and CSS.


PageCloud Wants To Simplify Website Creation

Sarah Buhr

PageCloud launched at Disrupt NY 2015 today to allow users to drag-and-drop photos, video, text or other elements onto a web page in order to create the look they want on a website. Much like other simplified web content management systems, such as Wix or Squarespace, PageCloud offers several pre-built templates, fonts and other elements to choose from. But it branches off from these other tools from there with the ability to take any element on the page and drop it into another location.