First Thirty Days Inc., a New York-based provider of online self-help content, has raised $5 million in Series A funding. Hearst Interactive Media led the round, and was joined by New York City Investment Fund, former Time Warner CEO Dick Parsons and other individual angels. Most of the round closed in early 2007.
First30Days, a New York City-based media company focused on guiding people through all types of changes, Monday announced the launch of its beta web site at www.First30Days.com.
First30Days, the premier destination on the web to address 'change' as a primary focus, empowers visitors with an array of information on a variety of changes, including starting a business, getting married, filing for divorce, switching to a Mac, getting organized, planning for retirement, and going green. Nearly 50 changes are currently offered on the site.
“Change is certainly the buzz word so far in 2008, but it's so much more than just the focus of the election. It's the one thing guaranteed in life. The mission of our company and what our team has been passionately building is a place that makes any change easier