SOURCE: Small World Labs

March 19, 2008 10:25 ET

Small World Labs Announces Initial Funding Round

Capital Will Accelerate Business and Technology Development for Profitable Company

AUSTIN, TX--(Marketwire - March 19, 2008) - Small World Labs, a leading provider of enterprise social media solutions and online community building expertise, today announced it has received more than $1 million toward a Series A funding round which it will closeout in the next 60 days. The funding will be used to further enhance Small World Labs' leadership in community management as well as augment its technology platform.

"By combining proven technology with community management expertise, Small World Labs provides a unique value to enterprises looking to implement an effective social media solution," said Jordan Rohan of Clearmeadow Partners, one of the participating investors in the Series A round. Previous to founding Clearmeadow Partners, Rohan served as Managing Director and Internet Analyst for RBC Capital Markets.

Privately held since its inception in 2005, Small World Labs has been profitable over its two and a half year history. "I'm grateful for the vote of confidence shown by investors who share our commitment to being a true business partner to our customers," said Michael Wilson, CEO of Small World Labs. "By combining a robust, enterprise-ready software architecture with a team of social media experts we call community managers, we've created a unique position in a rapidly growing marketplace."

Small World Labs customers include the Dallas Morning News, San Diego Union Tribune, CMP, Guideposts, Fox Networks, Oracle, Save The Children, American Cancer Society and more.

About Small World Labs

Founded in 2005, Small World Labs is a proven enterprise social media solution provider, best known for its unique combination of technology and community building expertise that helps customers better understand, engage and serve their key constituents. Small World Labs takes a hands-on approach to community building, providing a robust social-networking architecture and best practices gained through years of experience, so that customers are best positioned to create a successful and vibrant community.

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