JibJab Messages users can send gifs and memes to their friends through the iOS app. (Courtesy JibJab Bros. Studios)

JibJab Messages users can send gifs and memes to their friends through the iOS app. (Courtesy JibJab Bros. Studios)

The Los Angeles Business Journal brings you a weekly roundup of L.A. launches.

DotstudioPro: The new platform from Dotstudioz content creators to manage, monetize and distribute their work. Founded in 2010, the Burbank entertainment tech startup also raised $830,000 in seed funding. Read more here.

Dreamjobbing: The multi-platform offering promises to connect applicants with “once-in-a-lifetime” jobs. The positions are temporary, ranging from a week to several months. The startup is based in Santa Monica.

JibJab Messages: JibJab Bros. Studios has released an iOS messaging app that lets users send and receive personalized gifs and memes. The Venice digital media entertainment company is celebrating its 15-year anniversary with the product launch.

Serviz: The Sherman Oaks company offers on-demand skilled labor services in handyman work, plumbing, carpet cleaning and appliance repair. “You press a button, and we’re responsible for the entire transaction,” said co-founder Zorik Gordon. Read more here.

Squawkin: The Android and iOS app combines social media and messaging by giving users the option to communicate via voice, text or photos. The Pasadena startup recently raised $2.5 million in funding.

Staff reporter Melissah Yang can be reached at MYang@labusinessjournal.com. Follow her on Twitter @MelissahYang for the latest in L.A. tech news.