Vancouver's TinyMassive.com announced today that they have closed "significant funding" led by Canaccord Adams. Funds will be used to complete product development of the company’s comparison shopping engine and enhance and expand the company’s existing shopping widget network, TinyEverywhere. The company also announced the election of Cory Brandolini, a partner at Nobile Capital Partners, to its board of directors.
“The additional funds will enable us to accelerate development of our comparison shopping site and offer enhancements to existing customers in our widget network, as well as attract new ones” said Marcia Currie, CFO at TinyMassive. Currie adds, “As comparison shopping use expands, the winning players will be those who provide a solution with both social and ‘quick click’ appeal wrapped around strong e-commerce capabilities and tools that enable merchants to improve conversion. This funding brings us closer to our goal.”