Pack Raises $3M in Seed Funding

Pack, a San Diego, CA-based provider of a low-code front-end platform for headless commerce, raised $3M in Seed funding.

The round was led by Alpaca, with participation from Anthemis Group, Anorak, Space Station, Anti-Fund, SuperAngel.Fund (Ben Zises), Irrvrnt VC, and Mana Ventures, as well as angel investors including Dylan Whitman, Kyle Widrick, Blake Pinsker, Steven Borelli, Jake Kassan, Nick Guillen, Nick Ajluni, Geoffroy Woo, Andrew Gluck, and others.

The company intends to use the funds to further develop its front-end platform and expand its partnerships, engineering, sales, and marketing teams.

Led by Cory Cummings, CEO, Pack is a low-code front-end platform for headless commerce, giving merchants the freedom to build and manage flexible storefronts without dev teams. The platform simplifies headless commerce for merchants by providing an end-to-end infrastructure to create and control unique customer experiences in a low-code environment while integrating with existing backend commerce tools.

In late 2021, Pack released their Product Groupings and Product Bundling feature that allows brands to have more control over their product merchandising strategy without having to re-architect their backend data. These features are all accessible through the Pack API and pre-integrated into the platform’s page builder to allow merchant agility and development flexibility.