Utrip nets $850K in additional financing
Utrip, the travel planning startup, said today that it has raised $850,000. That is in addition to the $750,000 investment it received last spring.
New investors include Finagraph CEO James Walter. Some previous investors have re-upped, such as Costco CFO Richard Galanti.
In September, Utrip launched a white-label planning platform, Utrip PRO, that has since lured customers such as the tourism offices of Munich, Dallas, and Spokane, Washington. It also inked a deal with Personality Hotels in California.
You can see an example of how it works with Visit Spokane’s travel planner. (Spokane is CEO Gilad Bernstein’s hometown.)