Target Is Stocking Its Shelves With a Women's Shaving Startup
Plus, Warby Parker introduces virtual try on and a student loan startup raises $50 million from Goldman Sachs.
A women's body care startup, Flamingo, is now stocked on the shelves of Target. Flamingo launched last year from the men's shaving company, Harrys. Flamingo is a company that has products specific to women's hair removal needs and will be sold in all of Target's 1,800 locations across the U.S.
Warby Parker introduces a virtual try on to let shoppers select frames and see how they look. The technology was created on Apple's ARKit and is compatible with users on an iPhone X or later.The feature also allows users to snap a screenshot and share with others to get feedback on the frames before purchasing.
Climb Credit -- a startup that offers ROI lending for collegiate students -- raises $50 million from the Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group. Climb Credit currently partners with over 100 college-level schools, has originated close to $100 million in loans -- and has worked with nearly 10,000 students.