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Appointment-booking app Everseat raises $2.3M

The startup is also adding staff.

Everseat cofounder Jeff Peres presents at Baltimore TechBreakfast, June 2014. (Photo by Tyler Waldman)

Everseat sold $2.28 million in equity, according to an SEC filing.
The filing indicates that the startup, which makes an app that allows people to book appointments that fill last-minute cancellations, is closing in on a $5 million raise.
The Baltimore Business Journal caught up with CEO Jeff Peres, who said the company is raising a seed round and hopes to have it completed by the end of May:

The company in June or July will move into a new office at Mount Vernon Mill No. 1 to accommodate its growing staff. Everseat currently employs 17 people. CEO Jeff Peres said he expects to grow to 30 employees by the end of the year.

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