Carnegie Mellon University backs NoWait, set up by alumnus Robb Myer, in a $2m round.

NoWait, the waiting-list management app developer, has closed a $2m series A round led by Birchmere Ventures with participation from Carnegie Mellon University. The round was also joined by Sand Hill Angels.

The Pittsburgh-based company’s total venture funding raised in its history is now $2.025m. The company previously received $25k seed funding from accelerator AlphaLab, a programme run by seed-stage investor Innovation Works in June 2010.

In June 2012, NoWait received a $50k grant from CMU as part…

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