SoftBank, Atomico and Google Inject $ 200 Million in Clutter Storage Service

by bold-lichterman

The amount

The Californian start-up Clutter, which is developing an on-demand storage service, has completed a round of funding of $ 200 million in series D. The operation was led by the Japanese giant SoftBank through its mega-fund Vision Fund, endowed with 100 billion of dollars, currently under fire from two of its biggest external contributors, the Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund and the Mubadala Investment fund in Abu Dhabi, due to the very large amounts invested in technology companies under the aegis of Masayoshi Son, the boss of the Japanese group.Apple-converted-space “>

The market

Founded in 2013 by Ari Mir and Brian Thomas, Clutter offers a storage service to consumers who do not want to part with certain goods but who no longer have the capacity to keep them where they live. The service is based on an application that allows Clutter staff to come and pack, take away and store items they wish to store remotely. Return requests for one or more items are also made online. In a way, it is a “cloud” for physical objects.Apple-converted-space “>

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Clutter: the key data

Founders: Ari Mir and Brian Thomas
Creation: 2013
The head office : Culver City (California)
Activity: storage service on demand
Funding: $ 200 million in February 2019