Baby Boomer Social Network, TeeBeeDee Receives $1.6 Mill

TeeBeeDee LogoTeeBeeDee is marketing itself as a social network for baby boomers since the college demographic is currently controlled by the likes of Friendster and Facebook. TeeBeeDee was created by Robin Wolaner, who was a founder of Parenting Magazine and also was a former executive VP of CNET. Wolaner has also published “Naked in the Boardroom: A CEO Bares Her Secrets So You Can Transform Your Career.”

Although the name of the investors were not revealed, TeeBeeDee has raised $1.6 million as a round of Series A-2. Right now the website is currently invite-only and unfortunately I don’t have an invite to test it out. When I do get one, I’ll make sure to get a review in.

This article was written by Amit Chowdhry. You can follow me at @amitchowdhry or on Google+ at

Baby Boomer Social Network, TeeBeeDee Receives $1.6 Mill Comments

  1. Oleg Popov says:

    It’s open to the public now, go ahead and check it out.

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