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SoftBank led a $200 million funding round in Clutter, which provides storage services, including the picking up and dropping off of a customer's items. SoftBank founder Masayoshi Son likes to pick a winner in a crowded space's that's likely to consolidate, and inject so much money that the company can outlast rivals and experiment as needed. The Vision Fund deployed a similar strategy for investments in such enterprises as Uber, WeWork and DoorDash.Read Article
On the heels of a large growth round of $200 million, Clutter has purchased the storage business of erstwhile rival Omni. If some businesses haven’t been scaling fast enough, Clutter is emerging as a consolidator that has. “Our business has the capital and operational intensity of an Amazon,” Mir said. “We’re consumer-facing, but we’re also building a big backend, complete with trucks and warehouses. It requires lots of capital and being good at operations.”Read Article
Everything about the Clutter process flies in the face of storage-industry convention—and that's the point. "With self storage, if you want to store a sofa, you have to call up your friends and bribe them with pizza to help you on a Saturday," says Mir, who is CEO. "You drive it to a facility, you return the U-Haul, take an Uber home and your whole day is shot. With us, you just push a button."Read Article
The tech sector is turning its sights on the self-storage sector and its estimated $30 billion in annual revenue. Clutter [is] using the latest in logistics and web technology to offer what they claim is a more efficient and user-friendly way for people to store furniture, keepsakes, sports equipment and other stuff that has been clogging up their basements and attics. "Imagine Amazon logistics meets Dropbox software," said Ari Mir, co-founder of Clutter.Read Article
Clutter is using technology to help you clear space in your home—without getting rid of prized possessions. Traditionally, storing and moving stuff is a hassle. Through Clutter's app or website, users can have their items picked up, packed up (if they're not packed already) and delivered to storage, within a day or two of bookingRead Article
Clutter's emphasis on upending the world of logistics has attracted engineers who are ready to fix inefficiencies on a broad scale—and customers who trust Clutter to get the job done. Giving employees the autonomy and freedom to decide how to tackle industry challenges—supply chain logistics, customer acquisition or whatever the day may bring—Ari is looking ahead to how Clutter can change the way things, and people, move.Read Article