CloudGifts Overview

  • Year Founded
  • 2013

Year Founded

  • Status
  • Out of Business

  • Latest Deal Type
  • Out of Business

CloudGifts General Information


Developer of an online platform for sending gift cards through twitter. The company provides a fun and social way to send a gift without any fees via connected web.

Contact Information

Ownership Status
Out of Business
Financing Status
Formerly Angel backed
Primary Industry
Social/Platform Software
Corporate Office
  • 2201 Francisco Drive
  • Suite 140-465
  • El Dorado Hills, CA 95762
  • United States

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CloudGifts Valuation & Funding

Deal Type Date Amount Raised to Date Post-Val Status Stage
2. Out of Business 01-Jan-2018 0000 Completed Out of Business
1. Angel (individual) 29-Mar-2013 0000 0000 Completed Startup
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CloudGifts FAQs

  • When was CloudGifts founded?

    CloudGifts was founded in 2013.

  • Who is the founder of CloudGifts?

    Justine Elkow is the founder of CloudGifts.

  • Where is CloudGifts headquartered?

    CloudGifts is headquartered in El Dorado Hills, CA.

  • What industry is CloudGifts in?

    CloudGifts’s primary industry is Social/Platform Software.

  • Is CloudGifts a private or public company?

    CloudGifts is a Private company.

  • What is CloudGifts’s current revenue?

    The current revenue for CloudGifts is 000000.

  • How much funding has CloudGifts raised over time?

    CloudGifts has raised $40K.

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