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TicketLeap stealthily raised $2.5 million in additional funding last year

Update: edited MentorTech info. According to SEC filings, TicketLeap scored $2.5 million in a funding round that included MentorTech Ventures. While the money was raised in September of last year, the appropriate SEC filings didn’t get filed until last week. The company choose not to seek any publicity for the new round. In a phone call […]

Update: edited MentorTech info.
According to SEC filings, TicketLeap scored $2.5 million in a funding round that included MentorTech Ventures.
While the money was raised in September of last year, the appropriate SEC filings didn’t get filed until last week. The company choose not to seek any publicity for the new round.
In a phone call to Technically Philly, CEO Christopher Stanchak said the funds weren’t for anything specific and were meant to “scale up” the business.
MentorTech was also included in the company’s 2008 Series A round for $2 million and MentorTech managing partner Michael Aronson sits on the TicketLeap’s board of directors.
MentorTech exclusively funds business involving Penn grads or students, including the health system. According to his LinkedIn, Ticketleap CEO Christopher Stanchak is a Wharton ’03 graduate.

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