Today’s funding announcements include services for planning vacations, snagging fashion deals and pleasing hotel guests:
Inspirato gets $11M for luxury vacation rentals: The high-end travel company has closed a new round of funding from a group of individual investors including CEOs and venture capitalists. The company, co-founded by eBay’s first lawyer Brad Handler, gives members access to luxury rental homes in upscale destinations. Members join by paying a one-time fee of $15,000; annual renewals cost $2,500.
MConcierge gets funding to help hotels serve guests: The developer of a mobile concierge service has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from Real Ventures, Montreal Start Up, Palos Capital and Positron Inc. The Montreal-based company creates software tools to help the hospitality industry with tasks, such as room service orders and wake up calls, that are traditionally handled by a concierge desk.
Spiceworks brings in $25M for IT management service: The Austin, Texas-based company has raised a fourth round of funding from Adams Street Partners, Tenaya Capital, Institutional Venture Partners, Austin Ventures and Shasta Ventures. The company, which develops free IT network management software, claims that IT professionals for more than 25% of the world’s small and mid-sized businesses use Spiceworks.