Earlier today photo sharing site Fotobabble launched in Silicon Valley with a Canadian connection.
Fotobabble allows people to add voice to photos in seconds with just a few clicks on a web browser or an iPhone. Whether you want to add your voice to an existing photo on your computer, or on one you just snapped with your iPhone, Fotobabble brings images to life that can be shared immediately with friends and family.
So what’s the Canadian connection?
Fotobabble was both founded and funded by Toronto-bred entrepreneurs.
Founder Kamal Shah is the founder and principal of invu technology and has 15 years of experience as an engineering leader, software architect and entrepreneur. Shah has a Master’s in Engineering from the University of Toronto where he was also the captain and nationally ranked member of the University of Toronto Swim Team.
Investor David Ceolin was the founder and CEO of Toronto-based Digital Cement – a firm widely recognized for its innovative capabilities in relationship marketing strategy and execution and was acquired by Pitney Bowes in 2007. Ceolin how heads up Innovation Grade Capital.