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Social Video Platform Keek Raises $7M

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Keek, a free social video platform, has closed a $7 million financing round, bringing the total investment in Keek to more than $12 million. Cranson Capital Securities led the round with participation from Pinetree Capital  and Whitecap Venture Partners. The new financing will accelerate expansion to meet surging demand for its social video sharing service, says the company.

Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, Keek, is a private, venture-backed social networking platform that allows users to instantly share video status updates via webcam or via the Keek Android and iPhone mobile apps.

[Image Courtesy: Keek]

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