Weekly Refresh: Candidate Raised $1M, Flight Simulator Launched, and More

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Written by Anna Holmquist
Published on Aug. 24, 2020
Weekly Refresh: Candidate Raised $1M, Flight Simulator Launched, and More
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Reflective raised $1.3M. The workflow automation startup wants to streamline working across multiple digital apps. Founders’ Co-op led the funding. [Built In Seattle]

Seattle Sounders and Amazon announced Prime Video soccer matches. The professional soccer team’s games will stream exclusively on Prime Video. The three-year agreement will run through the 2022 MLS season. [GeekWire]

Microsoft Flight Simulator launched. Pricing starts at $59.99 for the standard version. It’s also available if you subscribe to Xbox Game Pass. [TechCrunch]

Candidate landed $1M. It uses a unique model to help startups rethink the job candidate referral process. Ascend, Maveron, BAM Ventures, Voyager Capital and more participated in the seed round. [GeekWire]

Marc Tarpenning joined DroneSeed board. The company uses heavy-lift drone swarms to reforest after wildfires. Tarpenning co-founded Tesla in 2003. [PRNewswire]

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