Koru Kids, a London, UK-based nanny sharing platform, raised £600k in seed funding.
Backers included Global Founders Capital, 7pc Ventures, Michael Pennington, founder of Gumtree, Alice Bentinck and Matthew Clifford of Entrepreneur First.
The startup intends to use the funds to expand operations in additional cities.
Led by Rachel Carrell, founder and CEO, Koru Kids is a platform for families in London to part time and full time share a nanny with another local family. The system enables families to pay less and nannies to get a payrise.
Read more info about the service here.