Everything But The House (EBTH), a Cincinnati, OH-based online estate sale marketplace, closed a $30m Series B funding round.
The round was led by Greenspring Associates, with participation from existing investors Greycroft Partners and Spark Capital.
The company, which has raised $43m in funding, intends to use the funds to further expand into additional U.S. markets, grow the executive team, and optimize the user experience.
Led by Andy Nielsen, President & CEO, Everything But The House is an online marketplace for estate sales. As a full-service provider, the company allows sellers to optimize the value of their collections by handling every aspect of the sale from photography and cataloging to payment and delivery.
Through its marketplace, EBTH also allows collectors and buyers to discover everything from rare antiques and original art to great deals on everyday needs.
In addition to the funding, the company hired Mandana Dayani as Chief Brand Officer (CBO). She will launch a new Los Angeles office and build a team dedicated to enhancing the EBTH brand profile and optimizing its user experience through curated merchandising, a site redesign and mobile launch. In addition, Dayani will oversee the company’s brand strategy, global communications, and brand marketing.