Jelly Raises Series B Round

Social search app Jelly has raised an unspecified Series B round from Greylock Partners. Spark Capital also participated in the round.

The company had previously raised a Series A round in May last year. Jelly investors include Jack Dorsey, Bono, Reid Hoffman, Steven Johnson, Evan Williams, Jason Goldman, Al Gore, Greg Yaitanes, and Roya Mahboob.

Jelly lets users submit questions, which is then submitted to people in their network who also have Jelly. Users can also upload pictures as part of the question. Jelly notifies users when they have answers.

[Image courtesy: Jelly]

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