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DogBuddy, a pan-European online marketplace for dog sitting, has closed €5 million in Series A funding, money it plans for further expansion. Backing the London-headquartered startup in this round is existing investor Sweet Capital, the investment fund started by the founders of King.com, and a number of new unnamed private investors. It brings total raised by DogBuddy to €10 million.Lees meer +
Dog-sitting website DogBuddy fetches $6 million in new funding - Investment bankers just gave a dog-sitting company something that is better than a Milk-Bone. DogBuddy has closed $5.9 million (€5 million) in Series A funding to further expand their dog-sitting services across London.Lees meer +
How DogBuddy is making dog ownership in London easier - My dog Dorrit is doing her nose-nuzzle of adoration. It’s a gesture she reserves for her favourite people — me, my boyfriend, our families — and now her dog-sitter, Hazel Carey, whom she has only known for five minutes. I’ve summoned Carey to our door using the Camden-based pet-sitting app, DogBuddy. The aim of the service is to stop owners worrying when they leave their dogs, so the pet-nanny sends a photo, video and GPS walk updates.Lees meer +
Would you use a doggy AirBnb? DogBuddy lets you meet and rate pet-sitters - and its founder says he's tapping a £3.8bn market. In this edition of Kitchen Table Earners, our columnist Jasmine Birtles, of MoneyMagpie.com, meets the entrepreneur behind DogBuddy, a dog-sitting service that matches owners with vetted dog sitters in their area.Lees meer +