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.-30-
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