TwitPic founder launching stealth startup Heello

TwitPic founder launching stealth startup Heello

TwitPic founder Noah Everett just announced his new startup called Heello (pronounced he-low), which in a blog post he says hopes “to make communication easier.”

Everett says that he came up with the idea two years ago and that the three “main facets” of Heello are:

  • The first is our main set of products that we will be launching soon. Many of these products were conceived to solve issues I encountered while I was running Twitpic.
  • The second is the internal tools and systems we are building to run Heello, which includes everything from our customer support/human resource tools to our technology platform. We hope to offer these tools and platforms to help you run your own business as well.
  • The third is a non-profit wing of Heello where we want to give back to the community and to the world.

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That’s about all Everett is saying right now. What do you think it might be?

UPDATE: We have apparent confirmation from a tweet from Ryan LeFevre of TwitPic that Heello Inc. is a wholly separate venture from TwitPic. We’ve also asked Everett to confirm.

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