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Right Hand Robotics Raises $23 Million in Funding

Plus, The Mom Project Raises $8 million and Deliveroo opens its first brick-and-mortar location.
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Right Hand Robotics announced the close of a $23 million funding round led by Menlo Ventures. Right Hand provides end-to-end solutions that reduce the cost of ecommerce order-fulfillment. The funding will be used to grow the Right Hand Robotics product line into industries like groceries, pharmaceuticals, and cosmetics.

The Mom Project Raises $8 million! This platform connects talented women with world-class employers that respect work-life balance. The Chicago-based startup plans to use the money raised to expand its services to make the challenge of juggling work and parenthood easier.

Online food delivery startup Deliveroo opened its first brick-and-mortar restaurant, located in Hong Kong. Deliveroo Food Market will serve as both a kitchen for delivering online orders and a storefront where consumers can choose from different dining concepts. Deliveroo is valued at $2 billion!

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