Monsieur is the leader in the automated bartending space and has been featured in CNN, TechCrunch, and Business Insider. Monsieur has been deployed at over 20 locations including the Kentucky Derby, Regal Cinemas, and Marriott Hotels. We currently serve thousands of drinks a month. We have innovated the cocktail experience while also increasing end user satisfaction and profitability for businesses. Monsieur introduced automated bartending to the world when it launched in Silicon Valley at TechCrunch in 2013. The company has three versions of its product for different customer environments. The technology is backed by three patents pending and includes sleek hardware, cloud-based management software and mobile apps for end users.
Atlanta, US
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Monsieur was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Atlanta, US
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Monsieur Office Locations

Monsieur has an office in Atlanta
Atlanta, US (HQ)
75 5th St NW
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Monsieur Financials and Metrics

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Total Funding

$3.3 m

Latest funding size

$1.27 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago
Monsieur's latest funding round in February 2016 was reported to be $1.3 m. In total, Monsieur has raised $3.3 m
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Monsieur News and Updates

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