GetUpside rebrands as Upside, Raises $165M Series D to Transform Brick and Mortar Commerce

GetUpside, the retail technology company now known as Upside, today announced that it has raised $65 million in equity financing and $100 million in debt financing from General Catalyst with participation from existing investors including Bessemer Ventures and Builders VC.

D.C.'s GetUpside charges forward with a new name — and an eye-popping $165M in new funding

D.C’s GetUpside has rebranded — and raised $165 million in Series D capital.

Rebranding as Upside, cash-back app GetUpside closes $165M in funding

Alongside today’s round, the company said it’s rebranding the name of its app from GetUpside to Upside, to reflect its belief that it offers “upside” for customers and businesses alike.

GetUpside Rebrands as Upside, Raises $165M

Rebranded as Upside, the retail technology company formally known as GetUpside has raised $65 million in equity financing and $100 million in debt financing.

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Upside, a Washington, D.C.-based retail-technology provider to brick-and-mortar businesses, landed $65 million in equity financing along with $100 million in debt, bringing the company’s valuation up to $1.5 billion.

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Upside, a Washington, D.C.-based retail-technology provider to brick-and-mortar businesses, landed $65 million in equity financing along with $100 million in debt, bringing the company’s valuation up to $1.5 billion.

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