On-demand moving app Dolly raises $8m series A, expands services to Seattle

Oct01, 2015

When it comes to transporting that new couch you bought from the storeroom to your living room, Dolly wants you to stop mooching off your friend with the truck.

Dolly is basically an Uber for furniture and other large items. The service isn’t meant to help you move all of your stuff into a new place — loads are pretty much confined to a few items that can be transported in a single pick-up truck trip. But when it comes to getting a piece of furniture delivered from an antique shop, it’s one of the better options out there.

Dolly just raised an $8 million Series A round led by Maveron. The one-year-old startup has now raised nearly $10 million to help it further its mission of giving consumers a more convenient, approachable way to move their shit.

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