CHARLOTTE – SecurSpace, a startup that bills itself as “an online marketplace that connects companies looking for parking and storage options to those with excess capacity,” has raised $900,000 in equity, according to a securities filing.
The company hopes to raise another $99,000.
Three investors put at least $49,000 into the company, the filing notes.
In 2018, the firm raised $600,000, according to another filing.
SecureSpace says it works with clients to help them “monetize your extra parking and storage space today.”
“SecurSpace currently caters to large and small trucking companies who need space to store their equipment—whether that’s a trailer chassis, cargo containers, or heavy machinery and equipment. Since launching their platform in July, they have made partnerships with more than 300 locations in 22 states,” reported StartCharlotte in January.
“They hope to expand their offering 10x by the end of 2019, with a goal of 3,000 locations listed on their platform.”
Its top executives are: Lance Theobald, CEO; Adam Simkins, CTO; and Cory Bailey, president.
Chief Executive Officer