Halo, a pet-tech startup that sells the Halo Collar (a safety system for dogs) recently ANNOUNCED the completion of its Series B funding round. The Halo Collar utilizes proprietary technology and dog psychology to provide a wireless smart fence, smart training, GPS tracker and activity tracker combined into an all-in-one smart dog collar (Retail Price is $999).
The company was founded in 2018 by IoT (Internet of Things) visionaries Ken Ehrman, Michael Ehrman and dog behaviorist Cesar Millan, has raised about $25 million to date, mostly through this latest Series B investment.
Approximately 50,000 dog owners across the United States currently use the Halo smart dog collar. The company plans to expand to Canada and the rest of the world in 2022.
The new funding will be used to improve wireless performance, expand its infrastructure, support expansion of the company’s membership plan and enhancement of its customer service network.
- PRESS RELEASE: Halo Series B Funding Round Completed at $400 Million Valuation (12.20.21)
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- Company announces the release of Halo OS2 which optimizes GPS precision across a broader range of environments, makes refining boundaries more intuitive, automates indoor/outdoor settings, enhances training tools, and gives customers on-demand access to live online video support. Halo OS2 will be automatically downloaded to every Halo customer with the rollout beginning August 24, 2021.
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