Queues Raised $1.2M Funding Round

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Queues, a mobile app providing live wait times for restaurants, has announced the completion of its seed funding round, having raised $1.2 million.

The Atlanta-based startup was founded in 2018 by Samuel Porta, with a mission to help people make the most of their time by providing live wait times for their favorite restaurants. Queues are currently focused on providing this service to Georgia Tech’s campus, while also providing businesses with actionable intelligence to help reduce inefficiencies and improve the customer experience.

According to Porta, the funds will be used to expand the company’s reach beyond the Georgia Tech campus and into more areas, as well as to further develop the platform’s technology. The seed round was led by Atlanta Ventures, a venture capital firm focused on early-stage investments in technology companies.

“We’re thrilled to have the support of Atlanta Ventures as we continue to grow and expand our service to more customers,” said Porta. “With this funding, we’ll be able to take Queues to the next level and help even more people make the most of their time.”

The funding round was announced on February 20, 2023, and closed on November 22, 2022. Queues Corporation, the legal name of the for-profit company, is currently in active operating status.

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