INTURN, the excess inventory marketplace and management platform, has raised $31M in funding according to a recent SEC filing. The filing indicates that the total offering is for $33M and there were fifteen investors in the round. Confirmed investors in previous rounds include Lerer Hippeau, FJ Labs, Fabrice Grinda, Forerunner Ventures, BAM Ventures, Jose Marin, Novel TMT Ventures, B Capital Group, T5 Capital, Beanstalk Ventures, Align Ventures, and Bobby Lent. Founded by Charlie Ifrah, Ken Seiff, and Ronen Lazar in 2013, INTURN has now raised a total of $67.1M in reported equity funding.
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