Framebridge raises $7.7 million - DC


Jun. 18, 2015 12:37 pm

Framebridge raises $7.7 million

The Series A round in the custom framing startup was led by New Enterprise Associates and Revolution Ventures.
Some of Framebridge’s offerings.

Some of Framebridge's offerings.


Custom framing startup Framebridge announced Thursday it has raised $7.7 million from a slate of local investors.

“We’ve made custom framing accessible and fun by focusing on a terrific customer experience — both digitally and through our physical product,” Framebridge founder and CEO Susan Tynan said in a press release.

The orders Framebridge has fielded since the Lanham, Md.-based company launched in August 2014, Tynan said, have included “a vintage family photo, a child’s art-class masterpiece, an early logo doodled on a napkin [and] a scenic Instagram” pic.

The Series A round was led by New Enterprise Associates and Revolution Ventures, and backers also included LivingSocial cofounder Timothy O’Shaughnessy, who’s now president of Arlington-based Graham Holdings.

In December, Framebridge closed a $3.75 million round led by the same funds.


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