Alcohol delivery service Saucey raises $5.4 million, Snapchat signs content production partnership with Formula One and Open Listings raises $6.5 million.
Alcohol delivery service Saucey raised $5.4 million in Series A funding led by Bullpen Capital, reports TechCrunch. Saucey has raised $10.2 million altogether and is competing against several alcohol-delivery companies, such as Drizly, Thirstie and Swill.
Snapchat signed a content production partnership with car racing series Formula One, reports Variety. Snapchat will cover the British Grand Prix this weekend as well as future races through its Our Stories feature.
Home buying website Open Listings raised $6.5 million in Series A funding led by Matrix Partners, reports TechCrunch. Open Listings is a real estate website for buyers which allows house shoppers to find listings, book private showings, make offers and complete all the necessary paperwork prior to sale - taking a 50 percent refund on whatever fee a real estate agent would make.
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