An uber for kids

Product Description

Shuddle offered parents a way to get their kids safely to school, sports practices and other commitments. Shuddle did intense background checks on drivers, monitored drivers to ensure they stayed on route and didn’t speed or text while driving and offered real-time ride tracking to parents.

Quick Stats


Started in

Apr, 2016

Closed in


Employee (s)


Total Raised

Question asked • Startup Failure711 views

Why did Shuddle fail?

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Aaron Kazah
Updated on 21 Aug, 2017
No Financing or Investor Interest
No Sustainable Business Model
Ran Out Of Cash
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Investors - 6
Funding Rounds - 2

Seed - $2,600,000

Series A - $9,600,000