NewsUtrip nets $850K in additional financingThis article was originally published onBy Sean O'Neil | December 19, 2014 Utrip, the travel planning startup, said today that it has raised $850,000. That is in addition to the $750,000 investment it received last spring.New investors include Finagraph CEO James Walter. Some previous investors have re-upped, such as Costco CFO Richard Galanti.In September, Utrip launched a white-label planning platform, Utrip PRO, that has since lured customers such as the tourism offices of Munich, Dallas, and Spokane, Washington. It also inked a deal with Personality Hotels in California.You can see an example of how it works with Visit Spokane's travel planner. (Spokane is CEO Gilad Bernstein's hometown.)The tool helps users plan custom itineraries and see and book recommended hotels, among other things.Launched in 2012 (see Tnooz's profile of Utrip), the company plans to use the funding to add staff and expand its product line. It currently covers 32 markets, including 5 in the US.For more details, see our Spring 2014 Q&A with Utrip's CEO.