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TREKEA S.A.S Announces a €1.3 M (1.7M$) Series A Financing from Geofinance S.A. and the Release of Livetrekker, the Next Generation Software Platform to Record, Share and Manage a Traveler's Digital Memories

PARIS, December 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Trekea SAS today announced a €1.3 M Series A financing from Geofinance S.A. The company markets "LiveTrekker", a leading platform for travelers to record, share, relive, and manage their journeys with unparalleled detail.

Trekea co-founder, Jean-Marc DeBaud will also serve as the company's President. "We're excited to announce today here at LeWeb 2012 our initial Series A funding and the launch of LiveTrekker, our first product." said Jean-Marc DeBaud.

LiveTrekker combines innovative mobile App, Cloud and Web technology that lets a traveler record in an unparalleled level of detail his/her surroundings and events of interest while traveling, allowing them to share it live as it's happening with friends, or relive their journeys in full context, and seamlessly fine tune or augment a journey's content.

"Our vision is to help the traveler seamlessly record as much as possible the key details that make up the journey and as less intrusively to him/her as possible. We render the journeys then in such a manner as to immerse the viewer deeply in the context of the journey, hence procuring a unique viewing experience that is qualitatively different from what is currently available" ads Jean-Marc DeBaud.

"We are very happy to accompany the development of Trekea and we see LiveTrekker as compulsory for anyone traveling, including worldwide, and who wants to bring friends and family along virtually" comments Thomas Rebilly, Director of Geofinance SA, about the investment of Geofinance in Trekea SAS.

LiveTrekker is available today for iOS and soon on the Android mobile platforms.

http://www.livetrekker.com

About Trekea S.A.S.

Founded in 2012, Trekea SAS is a software company headquartered in Paris, France with a distributor in the State of Delaware, United-States.  Trekea is pioneering the next-generation high fidelity technology platform that captures, brokers, and renders someone's travel digital memories with unparalleled details while offering seamless post-travel fine-tuning capabilities to enrich journeys.

About Geofinance S.A.

Geofinance SA is an international investment company which primarily invests in Oil & Gas and New Technologies with selected projects that reflect a pioneer approach. Geofinance and its affiliates are present in France, India, and Vietnam.

Media contact:
Xavier Tumminello (OXYGEN PR)
Tel : +14156831094
Email : [email protected].

SOURCE Trekea S.A.S.

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