Moveline, the company that makes moving less torturous, has today announced closing a $3 million Series A round led by ff Venture Capital, with participation from Vegas Tech Fund, Tony Hsieh, and Quotidien Ventures, as well as existing investors.
Moveline is a clever company that lets you take inventory of all your belongings once, through a video or a FaceTime call, and then receive quotes from a number of moving/storage companies based on the amount of your stuff.
Before Moveline, you had to relay your inventory to various moving companies over and over to get the best price, which was usually up for debate once the movers arrived and decided you have more stuff than you said.
It’s a terrible experience, and one that Moveline has improved considerably.
Last year, the company moved from New York to Vegas to help scale operations, and have since grown from a team of 15 to nearly 60.
The company is also experiencing 30 percent growth month-over-month, according to founder Kelly Eidson.
Update: I was just informed that this was an old stat and no longer accurate. The correct stat is 20 percent average growth month-over-month since moving to Vegas.
Moveline offers its services for everyone, as long as they’re going through a long-distance move (> 100 miles). Local moves are covered in most major cities in the U.S., as well as parts of Europe South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada.
Moveline has raised a total of $5.9 million since founding in 2011.