February 3, 2009
Filed under: Consumer, Culture, Web sites
Author: Tonya Garcia
Back in December 2007, we wrote about Honeyshed, a shopping and entertainment site aimed at 18 to 35-year-olds that was funded by Publicis Groupe. Yesterday, Ad Age that that Publicis has pulled its funding and so Honeyshed is no more. Here’s coverage from Fast Company, which wrote about the endeavor just before it launched, and a link to the site if you want to catch a final glimpse.
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Tags:Honeyshed, Publicis Groupe