Airsorted, a London, UK-based hosting management service, completed a £5m Series A funding round.
Backers included Pi Labs, and Atami Capital.
The company, which has previously raised £1.5m in seed funding, will use the capital to expand globally and further develop its automated technology including, smart scheduling, auto-communication with guests and its API integrated channel management.
Led by James Jenkins-Yates, Founder & CEO, Airsorted provides hosts with a hosting platform that services guest bookings from notable travel websites including Airbnb, Expedia, Booking.com and HomeAway. The company provides a service handling the management of host properties from creating listings with professional photography, maintenance and restocking of household items, to liaising with guests.
Most recently, the company launched in Paris, adding to its current roster of cities which encompasses London, Edinburgh, Dublin, Brighton, Bristol, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Auckland.
By the end of 2019, Airsorted aims to expand into 38 new cities across the world. It has 83 employees around the world.
In addition to the the Series A round, the company has launched the pre-registration for its first crowdfunding campaign through Seedrs, looking to raise an additional £1m in funding.