We are thrilled to announce we have secured an additional $50 million in Series B funding led by Steve Murray at Revolution Growth, Foundry Group, Amazon Alexa Fund, DoCoMo Capital, The Glenmede Trust and Bespoke Strategies.
This new round of funding will help us continue to grow and improve the TrackR technology, app, products and works with TrackR partnerships. We look forward to an incredible rest of 2017 and the future of the TrackR company.
We’d like to give a big thanks to our amazing TrackR customers, partners, investors and our hard-working team. None of this would be possible without any of you.
You can check out the exciting news being shared around the web.
“Where’s that missing set of keys? TrackR can tell you.”
“Chris Herbert, CEO and co-founder says that the company’s community features, like the TrackR Crowd Locate network, will be expanded.”
“The Alexa Fund is excited to continue our support of TrackR through this follow-on investment, which will help build on their vision for the intersection of their item tracking system and Alexa.”
“The Series B funding announcement follows the launch of the TrackR pixel item tracker that helps consumers keep track of important items using sound and light, as well TrackR’s ever-growing partner platform with more than 30 companies.”
“The TrackR team has quickly become a leader in its category and on a small amount of invested capital,” said Steve Murray, new TrackR board member and managing partner at Revolution Growth. “We applaud the team’s strategic approach to building the business and are excited to work with them on this next phase as they look to expand the company with new products, strategic partnerships, and innovative software.”
“Chris Herbert, TrackR CEO, discusses his Bluetooth tracking device company’s latest $50 million round of funding including investment from the Amazon Alexa fund.”
“TrackR is also ramping up efforts to integrate with Amazon’s Alexa and Echo speaker products to find belongings using voice commands.”
TrackR Raised Money on Indiegogo, Now They Just Raised $50 Million in Venture Funding – CrowdFund Insider
“While there have been many players in the item finder space since then, TrackR has been resilient in raising money and maintaining a good amount of mind-share in this market.”