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Valet Anywhere

The first monthly parking spot that comes to you.


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VCs Battle For A Spot In The Parking Market
February 6, 2015
Parking is more than an inconvenience — it’s a $25 billion dollar market in the U.S. alone, and with supply dwindling new solutions are necessary.
​Valet app will park (and not steal) your car
February 4, 2015
Drivers in New York spend an average of half an hour searching for a spot (a popular method includes George Constanza's expanding concentric circles), which the makers of a new app say prompted them to find a solution.
On-demand parking startup Valet Anywhere pockets $1.35M, expands in NYC
February 4, 2015
Prior to today, Valet Anywhere only offered short-term valet service in Midtown Manhattan. Going forward, the company will offer long-term parking, enabling drivers in Manhattan and certain parts of Brooklyn to send their cars to and from a parking garage for months at a time.
8 Business Travel Essentials You'll Want In 2015
February 4, 2015
Parking in a new city can be nightmarish, especially if that city's a major metropolitan area with garages that are full, expensive, or both.
On-Demand Valet Parking App Thrives in City That Hates Driving
February 4, 2015
The founders hope their app will cure New Yorkers of the same driving-related problems they used to experience. Mr. Kao said they developed the app “after numerous parking tickets, having our cars towed and having to pay hundreds of dollars to get them back, car accidents happening due to street parking and more.”
5 NYC Mobility Startups You Need To Know About
August 15, 2014
Valet Anywhere looks to solve the problem of finding a place to park in Manhattan by supplying users with valets, well, anywhere. You ring them up from your smartphone when you need a spot and a trained and vetted valet in a purple shirt – the ones with those suspenders drawn on them – will show up and park for you. When you’re done, ring them up again and you get your car back.
Getting out of gridlock with new app
August 15, 2014
ValetAnywhere co-founder Robert Kao on the company and its valet app.
AngelPad Founder Thomas Korte’s 30-Meetings Requirement
May 5, 2014
Valet Anywhere’s mobile app allows users to order valet service “on-demand.” A valet shows up to take and park the user’s car within minutes, and later, delivers the car back, so it’s waiting when they need to leave. The service is being tested at airports and in New York City.
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