Traitify raises $4 million [Startup Roundup] - Baltimore


Jul. 9, 2014 7:51 am

Traitify raises $4 million [Startup Roundup]

The equity sale was part of a $5.5 million offering from the personality assessment platform.

Clarification: Though Traitify's filing was made under the Woofound name, the company is now known as Traitify, according to a company rep.

Who’s getting funded?

Personality match-making service Traitify (formerly known as Woofound) raised $4,086,450 in equity, according to an SEC filing. The equity sale was part of a $5.5 million offering. The Kresson startup moved to Baltimore last year as a condition of a $200,000 investment by the Propel Baltimore Fund.

Gravidi, the Hunt Valley-based makers of a video content management system, sold $88,235 in equity as part of a $300,000 offering, according to an SEC filing.

Tyler Waldman

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