Reversso raises US$1.1M to improve returns and exchanges at online stores

Reversso, a company that offers B2B software to improve returns and exchanges on e-commerce sites, raised US$1.1 million in a seed round led by the Santiago, Chile-based Genesis Ventures fund. Reversso was born after they noticed the difficulties in the process of returns and exchanges of merchandise in the e-commerce of their previous jobs. By automating the exchange process, Reversso suggests other products based on the user’s search history on the website. In addition, returns are streamlined, allowing the store to make refunds instantly.

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Pastel, a Nigerian bookkeeping and digital platform for merchants, raises $5.5M led by TLcom

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Pastel, a startup that provides software and apps to assist retailers with their bookkeeping and sales tracking processes, is announcing a seed raise of $5.5 million led by Pan-African venture capital firm TLcom Capital. Other VC firms such as Global Founders Capital (GFC), Golden Palm Investments, DFS Labs, Ulu Ventures, Plug and Play and Soma Cap also participated in the seed round.

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Microsoft Lets Publishers Block Bing Chat Separately from Bing Search

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