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Social travel planning and sharing site Travellution raises €300k

Excerpt from PR Web

Oct 17, 2012 8:21 am

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Travellution is joining the travel social network party a good six months after the early entrants started pivoting or closing once they realized that there’s already a travel social network called Facebook.

— Jason Clampet

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Travellution, the Paris-based travel website allowing users to plan, share and follow trips, has announced the closing of an additional financing round of over €300k, the relocation of its Paris offices to Paris Incubateurs in eastern Paris and the addition of two new advisors, Mr. Olivier Fleurot and Mr. Pierluigi Paracchi.

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