Venture Capitalists Invest Over $12 Million In Valet Parking Apps

What Are Valet Parking Apps?

Valet parking apps are the newest trend in mobile parking technology. What do they mean for your business?

These companies are making parking more convenient for drivers by sending valets directly to them upon request. Drivers’ cars are then parked without any interaction with lots or garages.

Before debating if valet apps are good or bad for the off-street parking industry, let’s take a look at some of the top companies out there.

For a complete rundown on valet parking apps, view our publicly visible Valet Parking Apps Spreadsheet.

 

Valet App Company Overview – Everything You Need To Know

Here are the biggest names in valet parking apps. If you operate facilities in New York City, San Francisco, Seattle or Boston, pay attention! These companies are already operating in your area.

 

1. Luxe Valet

Website www.luxevalet.com
Tagline “A parking spot in your pocket.”
Funding $5.5 Million
Investors Google Ventures, LightSpeed, RedPoint, Sherpa, Various
Cities of operation San Francisco
App iOS
Founder Curtis Lee, Craig Martin

Read about Luxe’s launch and funding announcement here.

 

 

2. Zirx

Website www.zirx.com
Tagline “Never park again.”
Funding $6.4 Million
Investors Norwest, Trinity
Cities of Operation San Francisco (SoMa, Financial District, Hayes Valley) and Seattle
App iOS
Founder Sean Behr

Read about Zirx’s funding announcement here.

 

 

3. ValetAnywhere

Website www.valetanywhere.com
Tagline “Best way to park your car and be free.”
Funding $1.35 Million
Investors AngelPad, Aslanoba Capital, various
Cities of operation New York City – Midtown, Yankees Stadium, Airport
App iOS & Android
Founder Robert Kao

Read about Valet Anywhere’s start at JFK Airport in New York.

 

 

4. Vatler

Website www.vatler.com
Tagline “Your parking taken care of.”
Funding $120 Thousand
Investors Y-Combinator
Cities San Francisco (SoMa/Mission and Financial District)
App iOS
Founder Hamza Ouazzani Chahdi

Learn more about Vatler’s San Francisco launch here.

 

5. Caarbon

Website www.caarbon.com
Tagline “Parking in San Francisco: Solved.”
Funding Undisclosed
Investors Base Ventures, TenOneTen Ventures
Cities San Francisco
App TBD
Founder Niko Ralf Cunningham

 

6. SpotLight Parking

Website www.spotlight-parking.com
Tagline “Valet at your fingertips.”
Funding Undisclosed
Investors Undisclosed
Cities of Operation Boston
App TBD
Founder Michael Miele, Joseph Prince

Get more details about SpotLight Parking’s role in the Boston parking market here.

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