PARIS, October 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
A few days after having announced a new capital rise of 470 000€, Tiki'Labs' newest innovation, Tiki'Mee, promises to grow into a major actor on the e-reputation scene, directly competing with the likes of Tumblr. It has already been compared - and preferred - to others such as about.me by influential bloggers.
Entirely personifiable, Tiki'Mee organizes ones digital identity around six categories. http://www.tikimee.com/steve-jobs
Each person can choose what to promote on his or her profile. Tiki'Mee is also very well referenced on Google, allowing it to appear in the top results.
Xavier Paulik, the start-up's CEO, is recognized in France as an expert in the field of new technologies- social and mobile - and e-reputation in particular. He recently published an opinion paper regarding the latest evolutions of Google and Facebook:
Currently in San Fransisco with the ambition to become the new leader of the ".me" phenomenon, Xavier Paulik is looking to introduce Tiki'Mee in the United States. And where better to introduce their latest innovation than the Silicon Valley, where Tiki'Labs encountered its first success being nominated for the Spiffy Awards in 2010?
Founded in 2006 and backed up by private investors such as Jacques Birol and Daniel Zumino,
Tiki'labs is headed by Xavier Paulik. Tiki'labs is an expert in new web and mobile usage interfaces and edits the first service of personal web curation for individuals and professionals: Tiki'Mee.com. Tiki'Mee allows anyone to create its own space on the web to present its activity and counts several thousand of members since it launched in June 2011.