CellSavers raises million to expand mobile repair service in the U.S.

Source: CellSavers At first glance, CellSavers struck me as just another repair service. But they actually represent something far more interesting Setting their sights on revolutionizing the painful process of getting your home electronics repaired, U.S.-based startup CellSavers announced today the close of their Series B funding round, bringing in $15 million in new financing. The round was led by Carmel Ventures, who joined with Series A investors Sequoia Capital Israel to help propel the company into their next stage of expansion. Co-founded in 2015 by co-CEOs Eyal Ronen and Itai Hirsch, CellSavers offers consumers an easier way to get their phones and tablets repaired, quickly and conveniently. This funding comes not long after receiving their Series A $3 million from a Sequoia-led round back in December, which according to…


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