Indy Livestream Startup Secures Seed Funding

Mandolin, an Indianapolis-based startup, has landed $5 million in seed funding for its livestreaming music platform.

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An Indianapolis-based startup has landed $5 million in seed funding for its livestreaming music platform. Mandolin, which developed the platform over the course of just a few months earlier this year out of the High Alpha venture studio, says it connects musicians and venues with fans through live music. The funding round includes participation from High Alpha Capital, Salesforce (NYSE: CRM) Chief Executive Officer Mark Benioff and other Software-as-a-Service angel investors.

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