Storekat, an Australian startup that connects providers with unused storage to those looking to find and book space, received an investment from Wincanton, a British logistics firm, and L Marks, an applied corporate innovation specialist and early stage investor.
The amount of the deal was not disclosed. The investment follows the participation of the company in 2017-18 W2 Labs, Wincanton’s start-up accelerator now in its second year of operation and supported by L Marks.
Led by Kevin Forcier, Founder, Storekat provides data driven software to support B2B marketplace and optimize underutilized capacity in warehousing networks.
Wincanton is a British logistics firm, providing supply chain solutions to some of the world’s most admired brands across a wide range of industries including retail, construction, defence and energy.
Founded in 2012 by serial entrepreneur Stuart Marks, L Marks is a corporate innovation specialist and early- stage investor running startup partnership programs across industry sectors.