Spakio secures $2M seed round


Spakio secured a $2M seed round led by Variv, Cracks Fund, Xochi Ventures, CISA Ventures, and Liverpool’s investment fund. 

The startup will use the funds to expand its presence beyond Mexico City, aiming to develop a strong network of storage units nationwide. In addition, Spakio plans to grow its tech and marketing teams and create a new technology platform for operations.

In an interview with Tech LA, Spakio’s co-founder, and CGO, Santiago González said that the company aims to tackle the lack of storage in Mexico City, where only 0.28% of families have access to a warehouse.

Spakio picks up the items directly from the customer’s location and delivers them to a storage facility as a one-stop shop for storage solutions. Users can manage their inventory and request back items when needed.

Luis Oerstano, Marco Suárez, and Santiago González founded Spakio in 2021 to make storage services accessible to everyone. The company expects to lead its market by growing tenfold by 2024.

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