> Deals Aggregator DailyD Raises $5 Million
Deals Aggregator DailyD Raises $5 Million
Group buying aggregator DailyD has just closed a $5 million round of what looks like Series A funding according to a Form D SEC filing, which somebody mysteriously posted to the DailyD Crunchbase.
DailyD is was started by LowerMyBills founder Matt Coffin and DailyStrength founder Doug Hirsch and currently aggregates deals in 53 cities while also offering exclusive family deals in Los Angeles.
The form lists Jim Simons, founder of Renaissance Technologies as involved with the funding in some capacity, and we have contacted Daily D for more information as to what extent Renaissance and other investors are involved.
Source: Deals Aggregator DailyD Raises $5 Million
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