Splitsecnd Raises $2.1M in Funding

Splitsecnd, a Nashville, TN-based provider of a crash detection and emergency response system, raised $2.1m in funding.

Backers included Tennessee Community Ventures, the INCITE co-investment fund, the Jumpstart Foundry, and an unnamed private investor.

Co-founded in 2010 by CEO Chris Thompson and CMO William Green, splitsecnd is a plug-in crash detection device that calls for help to protect people in the car in the event of a collision. Available in Spring 2013, it requires no installation and just need to be connected to the cigarette lighter of any car.
The company is an alumnus of Nashville’s JumpStart Foundry.



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