Kalibee Overview

  • Year Founded
  • 2005

Year Founded

  • Status
  • Out of Business

  • Latest Deal Type
  • Out of Business

Kalibee General Information


Developer of sailing performance tools designed to monitor sailing events. The company's sailing performance tool offers tracking and live broadcast services in 3D sailing events, enabling members of the french sailing team to analyze the behavior of wind and current on Olympic water bodies.

Contact Information

Ownership Status
Out of Business
Financing Status
Formerly Accelerator/Incubator backed
Primary Industry
Business/Productivity Software
Other Industries
Social/Platform Software
Corporate Office
  • 117 cr Caffarelli
  • 14000 Caen
  • France

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Kalibee Valuation & Funding

Deal Type Date Amount Raised to Date Post-Val Status Stage
2. Out of Business 01-Jun-2014 Completed Out of Business
1. Accelerator/Incubator Completed Startup
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Kalibee FAQs

  • When was Kalibee founded?

    Kalibee was founded in 2005.

  • Who is the founder of Kalibee?

    M Emmanuel De Bressy De Guast is the founder of Kalibee.

  • Where is Kalibee headquartered?

    Kalibee is headquartered in Caen, France.

  • What industry is Kalibee in?

    Kalibee’s primary industry is Business/Productivity Software.

  • Is Kalibee a private or public company?

    Kalibee is a Private company.

  • What is Kalibee’s current revenue?

    The current revenue for Kalibee is 00000.

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