New York-based key management startup KeyMe has raised $7.8 million

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New York-based key management startup KeyMe has raised $7.8 million in Series A funding from White Star Capital, Battery Ventures, 7-Ventures LLC, and Ravin Gandhi.

Through KeyMe’s mobile app, users can scan keys with their smartphone to make duplicates on the spot or order them by mail.

Launched in 2013, KeyMe has raised $10 million to date and will use the new funding to add hundreds of kiosks in local stores across the country within the next year and grow its 13-person team.

 

 


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