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Online Sports Gear Marketplace SidelineSwap Completes $2M Funding Round

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 11 / 17

SidelineSwap, a Boston-based online marketplace for sports gear and equipment, has completed a $2M seed extension funding round. Investors include Global Founders Capital, F1 Managing Dir of Commercial Operations Sean Bratches, SeatGeek investor Haystack Partners and The Players Impact, an investmen...

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