Seattle-based Swiftly, which makes grocery store retail software and branded apps, raised a $100M Series C at a $1B+ valuation, after a $100M Series B in March (Tony Lystra/GeekWire)


Tony Lystra / GeekWire:

Seattle-based Swiftly, which makes grocery store retail software and branded apps, raised a $100M Series C at a $1B+ valuation, after a $100M Series B in March  —  Retail software provider Swiftly raised $100 million in a Series C funding round, helping the company become the latest Seattle-area startup to reach a $1 billion valuation.

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