Curiyo pulls in $930K

Israel-based Curiyo, a content discovery platform provider, has received $930,000 in funding. The investors included OurCrowd, Morton H. Meyerson, Tom Glocer and Techra Networks.


Jerusalem, Israel, January 27, 2015 — Curiyo™, a Jerusalem-based startup founded by serial entrepreneur Bob Rosenschein, founder and former CEO of top 20 U.S. Web property, today announced an angel round of $930,000. The investors participating in the round include existing and new angel investors: OurCrowd, Morton H. Meyerson, Tom Glocer, and Techra Networks.

Curiyo has developed a platform that enables publishers to offer their readers real time contextual information about content without ever leaving the page. It is currently available for publishers via a simple integration and to consumers via a browser extension. The company has been working with several pilot publishers and will be announcing new partnerships in the near future.

Bob Rosenschein explains “We are excited to work with our team of investors who all bring tremendous value to Curiyo and our vision for the way publishers and consumers discover relevant content in the digital era.”

About Curiyo
Curiyo was founded by Bob Rosenschein, founder and former CEO of, a top-20 U.S. website. Curiyo’s vision is to simplify and streamline content discovery online. The platform delivers useful content on the spot without leaving the context to search for additional information. The company is a proud partner of the Israeli public service venture fund