CodersClan Wants To Make Code Outsourcing Better, Raises $820K Seed Round

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CodersClan started out as a marketplace for easily outsourcing small coding tasks. Now, the company is setting its sights on allowing its customers to request full development projects and it’s announcing that it has raised an $820,000 seed round to fuel its expansion. Investors in this round include CrunchFund (which was founded by TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington); Entree Capital, which also invested in Meerkat; Kima Ventures and the founders of Wix ,Quixey and ClarityRay, as well as incubators UpWest Labs and The Junction.

The Tel Aviv-based company currently has about 6,000 coders on its service. Its founders told me the idea for the service came from their own experience with code outsourcing. What they were looking for when they did their first startup was an easy way to get small issues solved — the kind of problems you would usually ask developers on Stack Overflow about. At the time, though, there…

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