Weekly Refresh: Toucan Got $3M, RepairSmith Donated $250K, and More

September 14, 2020
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Mustard launched with $1.7M. The app, which uses motion analysis to measure throwing technique, offers professional-grade coaching for athletes. It’s free to download. [Built In LA]

Behold launched with $5M. Its e-commerce platform uses a mix of professional stylists and machine learning to help shoppers find personalized outfits. Investors included Upfront Ventures, Greycroft, Troy Capital Partners and more. [Built In LA]

Toucan got $3M. The startup offers a Chrome browser extension that helps users learn a new language while they are using the internet. The seed round was led by GSV Ventures. It currently supports five language but will expand to additional languages and browsers with the new funding. [TechCrunch]

Britive raised $5.4M. The startup uses a dynamic model for granting permissions for access. Upfront Ventures led the round. [Built In LA]

Bruvi raised $2.2M. The single-serve coffee system offers eco-friendly pods. It’ll use the new funds to manufacture capital investment. [PRNewswire]

RepairSmith donated $250K. It announced Jump Start, a philanthropic initiative to support nonprofits. It wants to remove the financial burden of car repair for those organizations with donated car repair. [PRNewswire]

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