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Pelago

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Founded Year

2006

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

Total Raised

$22.4M

Valuation

$0000 

Revenue

$0000 

About Pelago

Pelago was a mobile community-based search and discovery company. Their product, Whrrl, leveraged their social network and mobile location awareness to enable personalized discovery for the real world. Whrrl showed users not just where their friends are right now and what they're doing, but where they have been. The company was acquired by Groupon in 2011.

Headquarters Location

1201 3rd Avenue WaMu Tower Suite 800

Seattle, Washington, 98101,

United States

206-223-0660

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Pelago Patents

Pelago has filed 4 patents.

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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

3/25/2015

10/25/2022

Transcription factors, Molecular biology, Biotechnology, Monoclonal antibodies, Cell biology

Grant

Application Date

3/25/2015

Grant Date

10/25/2022

Title

Related Topics

Transcription factors, Molecular biology, Biotechnology, Monoclonal antibodies, Cell biology

Status

Grant

Latest Pelago News

SkyHelix, Vespa road trip, DJ classes: Last-minute fun things to do in Singapore before 2021 ends

Dec 17, 2021

SkyHelix, Vespa road trip, DJ classes: Last-minute fun things to do in Singapore before 2021 ends SkyHelix, Vespa road trip, DJ classes: Last-minute fun things to do in Singapore before 2021 ends From a masterclass with a Zouk DJ to exploring the city in a vintage Vespa sidecar, this hand-picked guide has something for everyone to make the most out of the last days of the year. Riding in a vintage Vespa sidecar (Photo: Joyee Koo/CNA) We are just two weeks away from the new year and you might still have leave days to clear but don’t know what to do with them. Or you’re simply looking for one last hurrah before 2022 rolls in. Or planning to start next year with a bang. Whether you’re looking to pick up a new skill to finally tick off that box on your neglected 2021 resolutions list, or you just want to celebrate making it through yet another pandemic year, here are four options: EXPLORE: HOP ON SINGAPORE’S HIGHEST OPEN-AIR PANORAMIC RIDE SkyHelix at Sentosa from below. (Photo: Joyee Koo/CNA) If you have a head for heights and want to feel like you’re on top of the world, the SkyHelix is for you. Sentosa’s newest attraction takes you up (slowly) 35m above ground. On the 12-minute ride, you can admire Sentosa and its surroundings as the open-air gondola rotates to give you an unobstructed 360-degree view, with your feet dangling in the air. Get a whole different view at night as you watch the sun go down, and the city light up. It can get very windy at the top so do hold on to your phone tightly when you’re taking those selfies! The view from SkyHelix at Sentosa. (Photo: Joyee Koo/CNA) The view from SkyHelix at Sentosa. (Photo: Genevieve Loh/CNA) Tickets are priced at S$18 for adults and S$15 for children. Each ticket comes with a drink or a souvenir. Book here . VISIT: TRAVEL BACK IN TIME WITH SINGAPORE AIRLINES Vintage collector David Wee (Photo: Pelago and Singapore Airlines) Pelago, a travel experiences platform, is offering two exclusive first-of-its-kind experiences led by Singapore Airlines (SIA) cabin crew. The Travel Back To Singapore In The ‘70s experience takes guests on a private museum tour of old-school set-ups including a barbershop, a coffee shop and a tailor shop, all extensively decorated and furnished with items from vintage collector David Wee. The experience also comes with a Brew Your Singapore Traditional Coffee set that lets you learn more about Singapore’s coffee culture, over a snacks platter by Nanyang Old Coffee. "Travel back to 1970s Singapore" Museum. (Photo: Pelago and Singapore Airlines) A Brew Your Singapore Traditional Coffee set. (Photo: Pelago and Singapore Airlines) The second experience, A Nyonya’s Journey, is a nostalgic heritage tour around a private Peranakan museum, where visitors can learn all about the culture through furniture, decoration, art, tapestry and wares. A Nyonya's Journey. (Photo: Pelago and Singapore Airlines) A Nyonya's Journey. (Photo: Pelago and Singapore Airlines) Prices start at S$85. For more information, go here (Travel Back To Singapore In The `70s) and here (A Nyonya’s Journey). CELEBRATE: ZOOM AROUND THE CITY IN A VINTAGE VESPA SIDECAR Singapore Sidecar Heineken pitstop. (Photo: Joyee Koo/CNA) Is the whole of Singapore starting to look the same to you? How about looking at it from a different perspective? We meant that literally – from the low vantage point of a vintage Vespa sidecar. Breeze through a few of Singapore’s key heritage areas like Telok Ayer, Little India and Chinatown, and take in Singapore’s iconic skyline and Civic District. You can choose a daytime or an evening tour and ride into the sunset. The best part about the compact sidecar is being able to navigate through narrow alleys like Haji Lane and Tiong Bahru. So why walk when you can be chauffeured around in style? (Photo: Joyee Koo/CNA) Riding in a vintage Vespa sidecar (Photo: Joyee Koo/CNA) This experience is part of Heineken Festive Cheers campaign held in partnership with travel booking platform Klook. They have curated a whole bunch of fun experiences in Singapore to spread festive cheer this year-end. For more information and other experiences go here . LEARN: UNLEASH YOUR INNER DJ WITH ZOUK’S ELITE RESIDENT DJS If you once dreamt of being a professional DJ, here’s your chance. Zouk Group’s newly launched Zouk Music Academy offers a glimpse into what it takes to become a DJ. Zouk DJs Jeremy Boon, Hong, Ghetto and Nash D will personally teach you how to helm the decks and command the crowds (in these pandemic times, have fun imagining them). Fancy a one-one-one music lesson from one of Zouk's DJs? (Photo: Zouk) Whether you are a complete beginner or fledgling DJ, they have the right course for you. Classes are conducted one-on-one and are available daily from 2pm to 10pm. A personalised Zouk certificate of completion will be issued at the end of each course. For the month of December, you can bring a friend along with no additional sign-up fee when you book a DJ trial class for just S$49. All courses will be conducted at Zouk Singapore, 3C River Valley Road. For more information, go here . Source: CNA/mm

Pelago Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Pelago founded?

    Pelago was founded in 2006.

  • Where is Pelago's headquarters?

    Pelago's headquarters is located at 1201 3rd Avenue, Seattle.

  • What is Pelago's latest funding round?

    Pelago's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Pelago raise?

    Pelago raised a total of $22.4M.

  • Who are the investors of Pelago?

    Investors of Pelago include Groupon, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Bezos Expeditions, Trilogy Equity Partners, DTCP and 4 more.

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