Clutter Raises $9M From Sequoia For On Demand Self Storage

Los Angeles-based Clutter, an on-demand, self-storage startup which helps consumers store and organize their belongings, has raised $9M in a Series A funding. The funding came from Sequoia Capital. As part of the funding, Omar Hamoui of Sequoia has joined the company's board. According to Clutter, ,it will use the new funding to aggressively expand its sales and marketing, broaden product development and help it expand in cities and regions throughout the U.S. Clutter said it has now raised $12.3M in total. Clutter, co-founded by Brian Thomas and Ari Mir, helps users with on-demand pickup and delivery of their stuff, cataloging and photographing everything before storage--and letting users browse through a visual inventory of their stuff. The company currently offers up its service in Los Angeles, New York, an San Francisco. More information »