KeyMe, a New York City-based startup that provides smart kiosk to copy keys, closed a $25M series D financing.
Backers included existing investors Comcast Ventures (Lead), Battery Ventures, Benefit Street Partners, Michael Polsky, Questmark Partners, Ravin Gandhi, RiverPark Ventures, 7-Eleven, White Star Capital.
The company, which has raised over $100M in total funding to date, intends to use the funds to continue rapid retail expansion and invest in marketing.
Founded in 2012 by Greg Marsh, KeyMe provides smart kiosks in major retailers that can copy keys in under 30 seconds as well as an iOS and Android application that enables customers to safely scan and save a digital copy of their key so that they have access to their keys when and where they need them.
KeyMe kiosks are currently present in over 1,000 locations within leading retailers, including Albertsons, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Kmart, Kroger, Mall of America, Rite Aid, Safeway, Sears, and 7-Eleven, among others.