InDinero Raises $1.2 Million From Prominent Angels

Posted Sep 12, 2010

InDinero claims that they are like a Mint.com for Quickbooks. The company has raised $1.2 million in seed funding from several prominent angel investors.

The investors include Dave McClure (500Startups), Fritz Lanman (Microsoft), Jude Gomila (HeyZap), Andrew Warner (Mixergy), Paige Craig, Christina Brodbeck (YouTube), Ben Ling (YouTube), Russ Siegelman (Microsoft), Michael Powers (YouTube), Geoff Ralston (Lala), Karl Jacob (Coveroo), Steve Blank (Stanford University), David Wu (Intuit), Jawed Karim (YouTube), Kevin Hartz (Eventbrite), Jeremy Stoppelman (Yelp.com), Keith Rabois (PayPal), Elad Gil (Twitter), Ali Partovi (iLike), and Hadi Partovi (iLike). Initially InDinero founders Andy Su and Jessica Mah were planning to raise $500,000, but the company received so much interest that this round may top out at $2 million.

[TechCrunch]