Seattle childcare startup LegUp is bought by Kinside


Pasadena, Calif.-based child care matching startup Kinside is buying LegUp the Seattle-based startup for child care enrollment.

The two companies have not yet providing financial details regarding the transaction. The three members of LegUp’s team will join Kinside’s workforce of 25 people. Kinside.

“By bringing our two companies together, we accelerate the speed of this mission and take what has historically been a fragmented, complex search and enrollment process and simplify it so families and child care providers can thrive,” LegUp CEO and co-founder Jessica Eggert said in an announcement.

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Eggert who is currently within Florida, co-founded LegUp in Seattle in the year 2019 after she had spent too long trying to find a child care provider for her son. Garrett Vargas, who was previously an engineer at Expedia and is the company’s chief technology chief technology officer.

The company provides software to childcare providers to schedule, processing payments and communication. The company has raised $1.2 million.

Kinside was founded in the year 2018. Kinside was founded in 2018, Kinside is an application-based market place for childcare providers. Kinside works mostly with employers to provide childcare for employees as a benefit. The company has raised $16 million.

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