Upside gets $1.1M for its white label automated investment platform

By Editor July 14, 2014

Upside logoFinancial tech startup Upside, which offers brokers a white label automated managed account platform solution that they can offer as a value-add to customers, has landed $1.1 million in new funding. Investors include SixThirty and Angel investors. The company targets individual brokers who don’t have the resources to offer automated services similar to automated personal finance investment sites like Wealthfront.

It was founded last year by Juney Ham and Tom Kimberly, and previously raised a total of $515,000 in Seed funding. It was a participant in the St. Louis-based SixThirty accelerator’s first class.