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Per Diem raises $2.3M to help local businesses build subscription programs – Yahoo Lifestyle Australia

It might be time for neighborhood restaurants and coffee shops to start thinking about a subscription business — at least according to a new Y Combinator…

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It might be time for neighborhood restaurants and coffee shops to start thinking about a subscription business at least according to a new Y Combinator-backed startup called Per Diem. The company is announcing today that it has raised $2.3 million in seed funding led by Two Sigma Ventures.
As co-founder CEO Tomer Molovinsky put it, Per Diem helps local businesses “build their own Amazon Prime.” He said that he and his co-founder/CTO Doron Segal started working on this during the pandemic, as local…

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