Honey is an enterprise social network that improves information sharing in the workplace. It’s a beautiful intranet that people actually want to use to discover, discuss and archive information that matters. The responsive design ensures that the site looks just as great on mobile devices as it does on the web.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
New York, US
Founded
2012
Size (employees)
11 (est)
Website
honey.is
Honey was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in New York, US

Honey Office Locations

Honey has an office in New York
New York, US (HQ)
Fanton Hall 74 5th Ave

Honey Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2012

Total Funding

$2.3 m

Latest funding size

$1 m

Time since last funding

over 2 years

Investors

Honey's latest funding round in April 2015 was reported to be $1 m. In total, Honey has raised $2.3 m

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Honey Online and Social Media Presence

Honey News and Updates

Millennials are skipping expensive weddings and going on group honeymoons

It’s wedding season—and debt is in the air. Brides and grooms (and their parents) are shelling out more than ever for their big day. The…

Infrastructure monitoring startup Honeycomb raises $2 million

Honeycomb, a startup that has built a cloud service for monitoring various layers of software that companies depend on to run applications, is announcing today that it has raised a total of $4 million in seed funding. Honeycomb was founded by Charity Majors and Christine Yen, who both previously wor…

Don’t Know What a Honeypot Is? Try This Analogy on for Size

The folks at Jigsaw teamed up with The Washington Post to create a browser plug-in that uses analogies to explain arcane security terms. The post Don't Know What a Honeypot Is? Try This Analogy on for Size appeared first on WIRED.

The 10 best islands for honeymooning

A honeymoon should be a trip to remember, but choosing a destination can be tough. Fortunately, Lonely Planet just released "The Honeymoon Handbook," a comprehensive guide on how to plan your honeymoon. From Tasmania to Santorini, keep scrolling to see the 10 islands featur…

Google Play services will drop Android Gingerbread and Honeycomb support ‘in early 2017’

Google today announced that Google Play services 10.0.0 and Firebase 10.0.0 client libraries for Android will be the last versions to support Android API level 9 through API level 13. The next version of these libraries (10.2.0), slated for release “in early 2017,” will increase the minimum supporte…
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