The company formerly known as Swiftrank comes back with a new name and entirely new concept. Now known as TravelShark, the company is on a mission to redefine reviews.
A year on from securing a $5 million funding round, TravelShark CEO Sue Heilbronner has quit the company for a new role with a payment system provider.
Much shedding of collective tears from other startups a few months ago when travel inspiration site Joobili announced it was closing its doors after almost four years in business.
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Hot on the heels of its recent branding overhaul, Travelshark has captured $5 million worth of funding from a Singapore private equity firm.
US and Singapore-based travel site network Swiftrank has taken the dramatic step of completely rebranding after claiming its original name confused customers and was, well, not very cool.