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Scentbird Collaborates With Saks to Offer Consumers Limited-Time Assortment of Luxury Fragrances

Sep 2022
Happi
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Here's an exclusive look the pitch deck youth mental-health startup Hopscotch used to raise $8 million

Sep 2022
Business Insider

ERA's Remarkable Ventures Fund participated in the round.

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Bikky Announces $5.2M Seed Round

Sep 2022
Bikky

ERA's Remarkable Ventures Fund participated in the round.

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Travel Tech Firm Skipper Raises $5.8 Million to Help Indie Hotels

Aug 2022
Skift

ERA's Remarkable Ventures Fund participated in the round.

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Rubik lands $3.5 Million Seed Round to simplify single family rental investing for institutional investors

Aug 2022
Company Press Release

ERA’s Remarkable Ventures Fund participated in the round.

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Rubik's seed funding augments growth of SFR investment class

Aug 2022
Inman

Newly launched from New York City, Rubik marries deep-data analysis with a digital acquisition and transaction solution to assist institutional buyers in their enterprise-scale efforts to secure more and higher-performing residential rental homes. The company has secured a seed round of $3.5 million to further its growth, according to an announcement sent to Inman.

The round’s lead backer was Ulu Ventures. Supporting roles were played by South Central Ventures, AAFManagement, ERA’s Remarkable Ventures Fund, Green Egg Ventures and Greg Waldorf, a former board member at Trulia and Zillow.

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Online Healthcare Companies Increase Advertising for Morning-After Pill

Jun 2022
Wall Street Journal

Female-focused healthcare brands such as Get Stix Inc., which does business as Stix, and Nurx, which in February merged with healthcare company Thirty Madison Inc., have funneled their marketing budgets into campaigns designed to explain how emergency birth control works, spotlight its availability online and dispel misconceptions that it is a form of early abortion.

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Women on Why They’re Stocking Up on the Morning-After Pill

Jun 2022
New York Times
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