Clutter, the LA-based on-demand storage service, confirmed they have raised $2 million in a recent funding round. The newly acquired funds will be used primarily on marketing as the company expands to Orange County and San Diego.
The funding round was led by Resolute Ventures, AmplifyLA, plus angels such as Matt Coffin, David Sacks, and Joanne Wilson.
The service was created to alleviate the stress that comes with the self storage process. Depending on the size of what needs to be stored, Clutter will send a van, truck, or car to whisk away the items to one of their many storage centers. The service also offers packing assistance if requested.
“Technology has changed the way we hail cabs, book hotels, and make restaurant reservations,” Founder Brian Thomas said. “Changing the way we store the stuff we care about is next. I wanted a simple storage solution that was easy, convenient, and helped me remember the cool things I had safely locked away — so I started Clutter.”
Now in its second year, Clutter has successfully retained customers, storing things on average of about one and a half years. With their subscription style business model, they envision that number growing along with their customer base.
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