Poppin Raises $6M, Plans To Officially Launch in Summer 2012

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A notable rising star in this category is NY startup Poppin, which attracted a decent amount of funding last year to the tune of $6M in a Series A round. Shasta Ventures led this round together with First Round Capital and other investors.

Poppin, founded in September 2009, aims to provide businesses with office implements that makes a happier workplace. Their offerings of cool, cheap and beautifully designed products coupled with an excellent customer service proved to be a hit.

Their beta website launched in June 2011 and, with the recent cash flow, they’re planning to officially launch in Summer 2012.

Poppin’s CEO and Chairman Randy Nicolau is the co-founder and former CEO of audience management company Demdex. He’s also the former CEO and Chairman of online marketing company Epic Advertising.

Via Xconomy