The KeyMe platform is a smart, convenient and secure way to copy keys and solve lockouts. It is accomplished by using a combination of physical kiosks in leading retailers and mobile apps, which digitally scan the key and save it to the cloud. Once scanned, the user can easily share the key with friends and family via email, and even personalize the key with custom designs.

Company Growth (employees)
New York, US
Size (employees)
76 (est)+9%
KeyMe was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in New York, US

Key People at KeyMe

Greg Marsh

Greg Marsh

Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Kris Borer

Kris Borer

Chief Technology Officer

KeyMe Office Locations

KeyMe has an office in New York
New York, US (HQ)
247 W 36th St

KeyMe Data and Metrics

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KeyMe's latest funding round in December 2016 was reported to be $25 m. In total, KeyMe has raised $75.8 m

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KeyMe News and Updates

KeyMe, the App That Makes It Scarily Easy to Duplicate Keys, Locks In Another $25 Million

The company will use the funds to expand its network of kiosks.

KeyMe raises $15 million for digital key-copying kiosks

Here’s a new twist on getting your keys copied at the hardware store. KeyMe has raised $15 million in funding to expand its key-copying kiosks, which enable you to save “digital copies” of keys in the cloud. KeyMe promises to revolutionize costly locksmith services by enabling customers to copy thei…

KeyMe locks down $15M to unlock the future of key duplication

 The last time you had a key cut, you probably experienced a retro service, which included speaking to a real human (ugh!). KeyMe puts the kibosh on the old-fashioned key copying user experience with a series of new kiosks and just landed a $15 million Series C round to fund aggressive expansion. Re…

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