Cariloop announced today that it has closed on $400,000 in seed funding, led by Greenpark & Golf Ventures (GP&G) and Corbett Capital.
Cariloop provides those looking for help with senior care management a massive amount of information and resources related to senior care facilities and related services.
The company was a participant in the inaugural class of startups for the Health Wildcatters accelerator program, of which GP&G is also a principal investor. Silverado Interests and The LaSalle Group (Dallas real estate investors) also participated in the round.
Cariloop plans on using the money to scale their team and platform, with additional distribution channels opening up throughout Texas.
The company also announced the addition of Dr. Michael Stoltz to the Company’s Board. Stoltz recently retired as the President of Texas Health Resources Physicians Group where he oversaw 800+ doctors across north Texas.
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