According to reports, Urlist, an Italian startup that offers a collaboration tool to collect, organize and share lists of links, has raised a first funding round.
The amount of the transaction is unknown.
The round was led by Connect Ventures, with participation from LVentures.
Founded in 2011 by Alberto Granzotto, Stefano Cavallari and Valentina Montagna, Urlist allows users to collect web resources in a list, which has its own URL so other people in the Internet can enjoy the handselected collection of links (see here how it horks).
The company, which was seed funded by EnLabs, is currently hiring (http://urli.st/resources/jobs).