Google’s Marissa Mayer, Others Invest In Minted Series B Round

Minted has completed a $5.5 million Series B round of venture funding led by Peter Fenton of Benchmark Capital, with IDG Ventures and Menlo Ventures also participating. The new capital, which adds to Minted’s Series A funding from IDG in 2008, will be used to enhance recruiting efforts and to support growth opportunities, starting with new product lines.

In addition to the institutional investors, Marissa Mayer of Google and Jeremy Stoppelman of Yelp participated in the round as angel investors.

Minted is a global community of independent graphic designers and an e-commerce site that prints and sells the best of their designs in the form of paper goods such as holiday cards, wedding invitations, notebooks, and calendars. The community curates Minted’s assortment by voting to tell the company what to sell.


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