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SoftBank Vision Fund 2 leads Series B funding of $150 mn in Firework

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Firework, which enables brands to offer interactive live streams, live commerce events, and shoppable videos on their websites, has on May 24 announced that it has raised $150 million in Series B funding led by SoftBank Vision Fund 2. The company plans to use the funds raised for hiring in engineering, product and marketing functions and roll out improvements to its overall platform.
1 month ago·India

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Livestreaming commerce firm Firework bags $150 million funding led by SoftBank Vision Fund 2

This investment will trigger accelerated growth across markets and particularly India, says Firework chief revenue officer Jeff Lucas

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SoftBank Vision Fund 2 leads Series B funding of $150 mn in Firework

This investment will trigger accelerated growth across markets and particularly India, said Firework Chief Revenue Officer, Jeff Lucas

1 month ago·New Delhi, India
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Shoppable-Video Startup Firework Raises $150 Million in Funding Round Led by SoftBank

Firework’s tech helps clients create video including shoppable live streams.

1 month ago·New York, United States
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San Mateo-based Firework, whose tools help companies livestream shopping events, raises a $150M Series B led by SoftBank's Vision Fund 2 at a $750M valuation

Ann-Marie Alcántara / Wall Street Journal: San Mateo-based Firework, whose tools help companies livestream shopping events, raises a $150M Series B led by SoftBank's Vision Fund 2 at a $750M valuation  —  The new round of funding values the company at $750 million  —  Firework, whose technology helps companies make live-stream shopping events …

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