Qriously seriously raises $3.5 million to replace ads in mobile apps with questions

Qriously seriously raises $3.5 million to replace ads in mobile apps with questions

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Qriously, which bills itself as a real-time opinion company, has closed a round of funding to the tune of $3.5 million, led by Spark Capital and with increased participation from Accel Partners. The investment brings total capital raised by the startup to $5.1 million. Headquartered in London and New York,...
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