Temasek, Samsung, Back On-Demand Gadget Repair Startup
After raising $25 million in a series B funding round, Cellsavers rebranded as Puls
Formerly known as Cellsavers Ltd., the startup rebranded as Puls as part of the announcement.
With offices in San Diego and Tel-Aviv, Puls matches users with close by gadget technicians with relevant skills. The company employs around 50 people and has raised $43 million.
Puls will use the capital raised to expand into new U.S. markets and widen its services to smart home devices, the company said in its announcement.
Israel-based venture capital firms Carmel Ventures, Sequoia Capital Israel, an affiliate of California-based venture capital firm Sequoia Capital, Maverick Ventures and Kreos Capital also participated in the investment.