ThriveHive Closes $1.5 M In Seed Funding

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ThriveHive, a marketing platform solution for local small businesses, has closed $1.5 million in seed stage funding. The round was marked by MIT Professor Ed Roberts, Mitch Roberts and Jean Hammond as well as Founder Collective, the Birchaven Group and IBCC. Other unnamed investors also joined the round.

Based in Cambridge, MA, ThriveHive offers small business owners custom marketing plans and a platform to run all their marketing activities. ThriveHive was founded in 2011 by Maria Battaglia, Adam Blake and Max Faingezicht.

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