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Lively (company)

Lively (company)

Lively is a company providing health savings accounts for individuals.

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Timeline

October 2019

Lively raises a $27,000,000 series B round from Streamlined Ventures, Liquid 2 Ventures, Ally Ventures, Costanoa Venture Capital, Y Combinator, Point Judith Capital and Teamworthy Ventures.

October 2018

Lively raises a $11,000,000 series A round from Costanoa Venture Capital, Transmedia Capital, Point Judith Capital and Y Combinator.

People

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Role
LinkedIn

Aaron Epstein

Investor



Alex Cyriac

Founder



Arianna Simpson

Investor



Brad Flora

Investor



Brianna Benard

Employee



Bryan Frist

Investor



Buddy Arnheim

Investor



Cantos Ventures

Investor



Chris Mather

Employee



Chris Tsai

Investor



Chris Williams

Investor



David Shoffitt

Employee



Elizabeth Flanagan

Employee



Farooq Abbasi

Investor



Immad Akhund

Investor



Jamal Ferrell

Employee



Jeff Epstein

Investor



Kevin Moore

Investor



Krupa Shah

Employee



Matthew Hayes

Investor



Michael LaVance

Employee



Michael Wong

Employee



Patrick Connelly

Employee



Shobin Uralil

Founder



Xuezhao Lan

Investor



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News

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Kate Clark
July 31, 2019
TechCrunch
Lively, a lingerie business founded and led by former Victoria's Secret executive Michelle Cordeiro Grant, has sold to intimate apparel brand Wacoal for $85 million. The deal includes up to an additional $55 million in performance-based payouts. Lively, headquartered in New York, had raised $15 million in venture capital funding, including a $6.5 million Series [...]