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Revolution leads $33 million investment round in SpareFoot

It's Revolution's first investment in the Austin-based self-storage marketplace.

SpareFoot aims to make it easier to find storage units. (Photo by Flickr user Patrick, used under a Creative Commons license)

Revolution led a $33 million investment round in Austin-based SpareFoot, the online marketplace for self-storage through its venture fund Revolution Growth, the company announced Wednesday.
“Using the SpareFoot platform, consumers in need of self-storage can quickly and easily find and book a facility that meets their needs based on price, location, and other filterable options,” said Revolution cofounder Steve Case.
Revolution Growth partner Scott Hilleboe will be joining the company’s board of directors. Other investors in the deal were Insight Venture Partners and Monkfish Equity.

Companies: Revolution

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