MyPorter, a valet storage startup based in Atlanta, GA, closed a $2.2m funding round.
The round was led by a series of angels and CEOs with expertise in essential services, finance, real estate and technology, including Wes Matelich, CEO of Rx Green Technologies and Ken Haines, CEO of Atlanta-based The Wrench Group (Coolray, Mr. Plumber and BriteBox).
The company intends to use the funds to drive accelerated market share gains in the Atlanta market and prepare for expansion into new markets in Q1 2020.
Led by John Foshee and Robert Crump, MyPorter offers concierge storage services that allow consumers and businesses to store their belongings by bringing the entire process online and on-demand. Customers can schedule their pickup, maintain a visual catalog of stored items and schedule a delivery directly to their home or business.
The company launched its concierge storage services in Atlanta and the surrounding metro areas in 2015.