Collectible sneaker reseller Goat raises $25 million, SpaceX plans to launch rockets every 2 weeks, and Virtual reality firm Upland expands into SoCal.
Online collectible sneaker reseller Goat raised a $25 million round led by venture capital firm Accel, reports the Business Journal. The company’s app facilitates collectible sneaker sales for so-called Sneakerheads.
Space Exploration Technologies Corp plans to launch its Falcon 9 rockets every two to three weeks, once a new launch pad is put into service in Florida next week, reports Reuters. The ambitious plan comes only five months after a SpaceX rocket burst into flames on the launch pad at the company's original launch site in Florida.
Virtual reality firm Upload Inc. of San Francisco signed a 20,000-square-foot lease at Marina Business Center in Marina del Rey, reports Connect. The lease represents the company’s first expansion into Southern California, region that has become a hot bed for virtual reality.
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