- OneDay — the makers of the “ready, set, record” video platform — announced it raised $5.2 million in funding
OneDay — the makers of the “ready, set, record” video platform enabling businesses to become storytellers — announced that it raised $5.2 million in a Series A round of funding. Silverton Partners led the investment round with participation from Spieker Partners and Green Park and Golf Ventures.
This round of funding builds on a momentous year for OneDay. The company saw rapid growth in the senior living market and will close a successful 2019 in more than 2,000 communities across the globe. Plus OneDay’s video solution was quickly embraced by the senior living industry, which uses it for capturing stories and driving connections with residents, prospects, and families.
OneDay is considered one of the fastest-growing technology companies in senior living today with potential to scale to other markets where video is an inherent part of communication and advertising.
And OneDay CEO and co-founder Clint Lee believes the company’s ability to record and disseminate stories in a simple and unique way is the reason behind its fast growth and industry-wide acceptance.
“We created technology that connects people in authentic ways. Video provides context to stories that people relate to,” said Lee. “With our new partners and investments, we’re excited to help more industries harness the power of storytelling.”
Silverton Partners general partners Morgan Flager and Mike Dodd are joining the board of directors along with Lee, OneDay founded and board member John Boaz, and Shiftsmart president and OneDay chairman Patrick Brandt.
“OneDay has productized storytelling on an easy-to-use video platform. Their ability to impact the world by tapping into the simple, but powerful, human desire to connect makes us excited to be part of their story,” added Flager.