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Starting June 1, Start Up Worcester will be hosting Arrow, a challenger to dating apps such as Tinder and OKCupid. And it raises a question in my mind — would it be a good investment?
Over the years, I've made seven investments in startups. Three were sold for a total of about billion, and one has not had an exit, e.g., gone public or been acquired, though in March 2017, it raised 0 million and was valued at .3 billion.
Can a mobile classified app topple the behemoth that is Craigslist? Its app, which lets users buy and sell items locally, has quietly grown to over 2 million downloads since its launch earlier this year.
And today, the company is announcing having raised 0 million in Series A funding from South African media company and tech investor Naspers Limited, which also has stakes in a number of sizable tech companies, including China’s Tencent, India’s Flipkart, Russia’s Mail.ru, and classifieds platform OLX.