Mainstream Holdings Received $29.6 Million for Social Network Moli

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Mainstream Holdings Received $29.6 Million for Social Network Moli

Mainstream Holdings raised $29.6 Million for their social network site Moli from individual investors such including Bernard Marcus, founder of HomeDepot, Kenneth G. Langone, co-founder of HomeDepot, Steven D. Holzman, Managing Member Vantis Capital Management, LLC, and others.

What does Moli do?

Moli is a social network with privacy features and more.

VCU says:

Mainstream is a holding company focusing on four industry segments: e-commerce, behavioral marketing, high-definition video production, and software and infrastructure development.

They have four main operating companies: MOLI LLC, CoVibe TECH LLC, Tertiary Productions, LLC and MOLI Kids, LLC.

The current funding is for Moli the social network where you can manage multiple profiles in one account. You can also separate your social, business and family relationships and keep control over your privacy.

Moli generates revenue from advertising and premium services.

Take a look at Moli.

Founders:

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Funders:

Individual investors including:

  • Bernard Marcus, founder of HomeDepot
  • Kenneth G. Langone, co-founder of HomeDepot
  • Steven D. Holzman, Managing Member Vantis Capital Management, LLC




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