Clarity has undergone a “complete redesign” for 2014, exactly two years after launching in January 2012.
The Canadian startup, which was founded by Dan Martell (the entrepreneur behind Flowtown), and just over a year ago raised a $1.6 million seed round from prominent investors, including Mark Cuban.
Clarity 2.0, as it’s been called, has the goal of being “the best advisory board ever created.”
“Over the past 24 months we’ve launched 40 features, recruited over 30,000 experts and completed thousands of calls from around the world,” the startup says. “Even after two years our mission remains the same: to connect people over the phone to help them grow their businesses.”
The redesign includes new tablet and smartphone apps, a new search and sorting system, and new categories. Clarity also says everything runs up to 200% faster.
Learn more on the startup’s blog.