- Founded last year by CEO James Clift, Durable has built a “service-business-in-a-box” platform
- The startup has so far raised a total of $12.5 million
Durable, a Vancouver and San Francisco-based startup that leverages artificial intelligence to help users create and manage their own business, has raised $6.25 million in seed financing, in a blog post.
The investors in the round included Altman Capital, Torch Capital, Infinity Ventures, Dash Fund, South Park Commons, Soma, Night Capital and Lorimer Ventures.
Founded last year by CEO James Clift, Durable has built a “service-business-in-a-box” platform that gives owners what they need to start and grow their service businesses. Launching its first product last month, the startup’s platform capabilities include website development, marketing automation, customer relationship management, invoicing and financial tools.
When Durable launched, “it went viral, with over 39k websites built so far,” according to the startup.
Durable has so far raised a total of $12.5 million in funding, reported Crunchbase.