To-Do App Wunderlist Confirms $19M Series B And Expands To The US, While Sequoia Heads Into Germany

A couple of weeks ago when TechCrunch was in Berlin, we sniffed out and eventually published the details of an interesting investment for a local startup: 6Wunderkinder, maker of the task-management app Wunderlist, had closed a Series B investment led by California’s Sequoia Capital with participation from existing investors Earlybird and Atomico. Now, we have the official details of that news: it’s a $19 million round, and Wunderlist, which now has 6 million people and 50,000 businesses making to-do lists, will be using it to fuel big ambitions: to build out its presence in the U.S. and to turbo-charge Wunderlist — or, as co-founder and CEO Christian Reber told me earlier, “To turn our product into a platform.”

This takes the total invested in the startup to $30 million.

via TechCrunch.

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