TeamPages completes Series A Financing

by Rob Lewis | Business

Victoria-based TeamPages announced today that it has completed its Series A round of financing led by Burda Digital Ventures and several local angel investors. TeamPages is an online social network that assists coaches, parents, and athletes in organizing their teams and athletes with free sport team websites. This round of financing will be used to grow the TeamPages team, improve the usability of the TeamPages site, and expand marketing and sales efforts across North America.

TeamPages is pioneering an online athletic community through solving two major pains common in all amateur team sports: team communication and scheduling. TeamPages provides teams and athletes with a central online location to post and share their athletic information, such as: schedules, announcements, contact information, statistics, and photos. TeamPages saves coaches, parents and players time and headaches when it comes to team management and communication.

Since taking first place at the IDC Challenge Business Plan Competition and second place in this year's New Ventures BC Competition, TeamPages has secured close to a half a million dollars from Burda Digital Ventures and several local angel investors. Disclosure: Techvibes Director Boris Wertz is an investor in TeamPages. Related posts:

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TeamPages is an online social network and utility for amateur sports that makes it easier for coaches, team managers and players to: manage their teams, schedule games, and keep track of stats communicate with one another and share memories build an online community and presence TeamPages provides teams, athletes, and fans with a central location to post and find their schedules, check out... more

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Rob Lewis

Rob Lewis

Rob is the President of Techvibes Media and Editor-in-Chief of  His diverse background includes stints in International Trade Finance, Web Development, and Enterprise Software and he is a graduate of the University of British Columbia, British Columbia Institute of Technology, and Simon Fraser University. When not running Canada's leading technology media property, Rob can be... more

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