KeyMe, a New York, NY – based provider of smart kiosks to copy and share keys, raised $15m in Series C round of funding.
The round was led by QuestMark Partners with participation from previous investors Comcast Ventures, Battery Ventures, White Star Capital, 7-Eleven, Ravin Gandhi, and the Polsky Family Office, among others. In conjunction with the funding, Nick Superina, partner at QuestMark Partners, joined KeyMe’s board.
The company – which has raised $45M in total funding to date – intends to use the funds to add more than 3,500 next-generation kiosks by the end of 2017 in retailers, including 7-Eleven, Albertsons, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Kmart, Lowe’s Home Improvement, Mall of America, Rite Aid, Safeway and Sears.
Founded in 2012 by Greg Marsh, KeyMe provides smart kiosks for people to copy keys in under 30 seconds located at major retailers. The company’s mobile application enables customers to safely scan and save a digital copy of their key and order copies shipped to their door.
The new KeyMe kiosk also gives the ability to scan car, recreational, watercraft, and commercial vehicle keys at the kiosk, read the transponder, and ship a fully programmed copy with a shipment tracking code in under two days.