We are extremely happy to receive this great award from Entrepreneur Magazine. We see this as a true recognition of our concept: curating the news to bring our audience the very best at the right time,” says Marc-Henri Magdelenat, Co-Founder
New York, Chicago, Los Angeles (PRWEB) May 24, 2011
Earlier today, Entrepreneur Magazine released its list of 100 Brilliant Companies for 2011. TimeToSignOff, the free nightly curated e-mail for the sophisticated individual, is very proud to be recognized only a couple of months after launch.
“We are extremely happy to receive this great award from Entrepreneur Magazine. We see this as a true recognition of our concept: curating the news to bring our audience the very best at the right time,” says Marc-Henri Magdelenat, co-founder of TimeToSignOff.
“This underscores the hard work of our entire team and the fidelity of our subscribers,” added Arthur Ceria, co-founder of TimeToSignOff.
TimeToSignOff, the first product of TimeToSignOff, Inc., is a free daily email for people too busy to scour news all day, every day, tailored to the city they live in.
What You’ve Missed Today: the day’s most interesting international, national, and local news about politics, business, technology, money and entertainment.
What You Can’t Miss Tomorrow: who’s next in your city, nine things you must do this week, the latest music tracks.
In Case You Can’t Sleep: recommendations for books, movies, bars, and clubs, plus great stimulating tidbits in your own city.
Written in short, digestible bullet points, TimeToSignOff is easily consumed from any type of device. Each of the stories includes an interesting contextual “Fact Bomb” for readers to remember and feel even smarter.
TimeToSignOff targets urban professionals in New York City, Chicago, and Los Angeles, with more U.S. cities to come. TimeToSignOff will be launched in Paris, France very soon.
For more information: Marc-Henri Magdelenat, founder mhmagdelenat(at)timetosignoff(dot)com / +1 212-966-3025
TimeToSignOff, Inc. is the brainchild of serial entrepreneurs in the advertising, media and mobile space, including Arthur Ceria and Michael Quinn, founders of CreativeFeed digital advertising agency, Romain Dessal, former Chief Commercial Officer at MPG, and Marc-Henri Magdelenat, founder of ScreenTonic, a mobile advertising company acquired by Microsoft in 2007.
The TimetoSignOff advisory board includes Jesse Kornbluth, a journalist, author and editor whose credits include Vanity Fair, The Los Angeles Times Magazine, The New Yorker, The New York Times, and the cultural concierge service HeadButler.com; and Florent Peyre, an online media expert who spent three years each at LagardereSCA and Hachette Filipacchi Media before joining GILT City, a division of GILT Groupe. For more, visit: http://www.timetosignoff.com.