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Former small service business Zippity has undergone a pandemic transformation, launching its own field service app and bringing in new funding to fuel its expansion.


Former small service business Zippity has undergone a pandemic transformation, launching its own field service app and bringing in new funding to fuel its expansion.

Earlier this month, Boston-based Zippity announced $3.3 million in seed funding led by York IE. Schooner Capital, BP Ventures, LaunchPad Venture Group and EmergingVC also participated in the round. Ed Warren, Zippity’s founder and CEO, said the funds will help expand its new software into the home service industry.

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