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The Denver-based business is a membership club offering what it calls a “curated vacation network” assisted by proprietary algorithms and “expert travel planners.”
NextGreatPlace began operating late last year, received the funding earlier in 2012, and had its official launch in July.
The amount of the funding, $3.5 million, from Trinity Ventures and a group of angel investors, hadn’t been revealed until today.
The funding would be used for product development, to increase NextGreatPlace’s roster of destinations, and for marketing, the company says.
“We could not be more excited to be working with Trinity Ventures and our great group of investors,” says Tom Filippini, NextGreatPlace’s CEO and founder. “We are building a brand in premium travel and Trinity’s expertise in building brands such as Starbucks has been, and will continue to be, critical to our early success.”