SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--To accelerate their launch, LifeSite®, a new technology company, announces today it has secured $4.5M in early stage funding from a syndicate of private investors.
One of the Co-leads of the round includes Eliot Kang of Inmost Partners. Many of the investors in the initial round include individuals and family offices who share a common vision for LifeSite’s mission and have familiarity with the founding team. Ray Barnard, an EVP at Fluor, an EPCM Fortune 500 company, also joins the company as a Board Member and investor.
“Families have grown increasingly comfortable using technology in their daily lives” said Barnard, “and I firmly believe the time is now for the solution developed by LifeSite, which is safe, reliable and intuitive.”
“We are excited by the enthusiasm shared among our early investors,” said Chris Wong, LifeSite CEO. “And LifeSite is looking forward to unveiling our first product at next week’s CES event in New York!”
Based in Silicon Valley, LifeSite was created to inspire and empower users by connecting their heads and their hearts -- providing peace of mind today, and protecting their legacy for their family and loved ones tomorrow. LifeSite’s secure, convenient, and smart web-based solution helps individuals, families and “life networks” store, organize and access the most important information in their life, anytime, anywhere. With security as their first priority, LifeSite combines secure file access and controlled, permission-based sharing with high-level document encryption and security, to provide a safe and smart digital storage solution.
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