Business 2.0’s August issues lists the B.C. startup as one of the most innovative Web 2.0 projects happening abroad. Being labeled with a cliche is a mixed blessing, but Dabble DB seems to be on a roll.
The company is in the Web productivity-collaboration business. Its service lets you create spreadsheets, databases and intranet applications “to manage and share your information on the Web.”
Its service became publicly available in June — charges start at $10 a month — and Om Malik said it has $2 million in funding. That should keep the folks there in Labatts until they’re bought by Microsoft or Google.