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Tom Brady Launches a Sports Media Startup

Plus, a company that speeds up custom support raises $25 million and there's startup that let's you rent fine jewelry.
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Tom Brady just might go down in the business hall of fame. The famous quarterback is launching a sports media startup called The Religion Of Sports. Brady is launching the media company alongside Michael Strahan and Gotham Chopra. They are reportedly seeking $3 million in outside capital.

UJET, a startup that streamlines the customer support process, raised $25 million in a series B round led by GV. The San Franciso-based startup is going to use the recent round of funding to scale the business and open a New York office. UJET has raised $45 million to date.

Have you ever wanted to borrow fine jewelry for a fraction of the price? Well, now you can! An ecommerce startup called Flont lets you rent fine jewelry. Flont carries designers ranging from Cartier to smaller fine jewelry companies that are not household names. You can become a monthly member or rent once an item once.

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