Assistly Grabs $2.2 Million From True Ventures And Howard Lindzon’s Social Leverage

Assistly Grabs $2.2 Million From True Ventures And Howard Lindzon’s Social Leverage

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Assistly, a startup that’s looking to provide businesses with a robust platform for engaging customers on everything from email to Facebook and Twitter, has just raised $2.2 million in series A funding from True Ventures and Howard Lindzon’s new investment fund Social Leverage. We first caught wind of Assistly back...
Assistly Grabs $2.2 Million From True Ventures And Howard Lindzon’s Social Leverage
                                       

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