Choremonster, a Cincinnati, Web-based service and mobile app that allows parents and children to interact to complete chores, has raised $350k in seed funding.
The round was led by CincyTech, which invested $200k, with participation from private angel investors.
CincyTech has also committed an additional $300k.
Founded by CEO Chris Bergman and Paul Armstrong, Choremonster has built a suite of mobile and Web applications that allows parents and children ages 6-12 to collaborate interactively to complete household tasks. An app enables parents to create a chore list for their children and assign real-life rewards. Another one allows children to mark their chores completed, gain points and collect monsters.
Choremonster is a graduate of the 2011 Brandery accelerator class.