Aisle411 Raises $6.3 Million Series A Round


Aisle411 has raised a $6.3 million Series A round of financing led Cultivation Capital. Investors in the round also include Don Dodge, who will serve as an official advisor to the aisle411 team, as well as Plug & Play Ventures, the St. Louis Arch Angels, the Billiken Angels, and the Springfield Angel Network. The latest investment brings the total funding raised by aisle411 to over $10 million.

Aisle411’s provides a proprietary indoor retail mapping and location service and mobile platform, that allows shoppers to navigate through retail stores. Aisle411 customers include Walgreen’s, Home Depot, and Hy-Vee, among other retailers.

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