Trov (pronounced trove) helps people do more with the things they own by connecting them to information and insights about their things. With Trov, people can easily reference receipts and other important information, track the market value of their things and connect to opportunities to insure. Powered by unique technology and integrations with world leading databases, Trov makes collecting information about purchases easy and automatic. All the information in a Trov is owned by the user, kept securely in the cloud and is privately accessible on a mobile device.
Company Growth (employees)
Danville, US
Size (employees)
128 (est)+3%
Trov was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in Danville, US

Key People at Trov

Scott Walchek

Scott Walchek

Mark Dowds

Mark Dowds

Chief Strategy Officer
Jim Gemmell

Jim Gemmell

CTO and Co-founder

Trov Office Locations

Trov has an office in Danville
Danville, US (HQ)
347 Hartz Ave

Trov Data and Metrics

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Founding Date


Total Funding

$91.4 m

Latest funding size

$45 m

Time since last funding

6 months


Trov's latest funding round in April 2017 was reported to be $45 m. In total, Trov has raised $91.4 m

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Trov Online and Social Media Presence

Trov News and Updates

Trove’s AI scans company emails to unlock professional networks

In the near future, you might ask your email client how to get an introduction to a new professional contact. That’s the idea behind the latest updates to Trove, a service that’s designed to analyze users’ email messages and provide them with insights about their professional network. The update, wh…

'Splatoon 2' is already a treasure trove of dank meme art

What's that saying about giving a man a fish vs. teaching him to fish?  Yeah, well... Nintendo taught gamers how fun it could be to draw pictures in the Wii U's Miiverse social platform. Now, in Splatoon 2 — which includes a similar doodle feature — many of those same players are running with th…

NASA's newest treasure trove of alien planets will help us find our place in the galaxy

Are we alone? Maybe. It's one of the most basic, and maddening, questions ever posed by scientists, but we're now one step closer to answering it.  A new set of data released by NASA's Kepler mission catalogs 219 newfound alien planet candidates. According to NASA, 10 of the new worlds appear to…

Trove raises $8 million to store your clothing and furniture

 There are inefficiencies in the giant self-storage market, and startups like MakeSpace and Clutter have been gaining traction by offering a more consumer-friendly approach. Now there’s another startup entering the picture, with Trove formally launching in the San Francisco Bay Area after a few mont…

Trove raises $8 million from Greylock Partners to help store your furniture (not data)

We keep hearing about online data storage on private, public, or hybrid clouds. But what about the physical things in our lives that we need to store? Trove is tackling this by providing a full storage service that handles everything from locating an affordable space to connecting customers with mov…

A treasure trove of sabre-tooth tiger and dire wolf bones show how prehistoric predators made their kills

In the late Pleistocene period, approximately 11,500 years ago, the area near what's now downtown Los Angeles was a dangerous place. Dire wolves — not a "Game of Thrones" invention, but now-extinct predators that were like present-day wolves, but bigger — and sabre-tooth ca…
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