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Gemini Sports Analytics, Altruist and Seeds Partnership, and Rolling Hills becoming a more 'casual, fun' golf course
Social Leverage Letter | Issue #114
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Gemini Sports Analytics, a no-code platform for predictive modeling, has secured $3.25 million in an oversubscribed Series Seed investment round led by Roger Ehrenberg, with participation from pro team owners like Jim Pallotta's Raptor Group and us here at Social Leverage. The platform, founded by Jake Schuster, enhances sports clubs' existing databases with advanced analytics and machine learning algorithms, with early clients including the NFL's Indianapolis Colts and Italian Serie B's Parma Calcio, who believe the technology will become commonplace in sports decision-making within three years.
Altruist and Seeds (Fund IV) have partnered to provide financial advisors with a comprehensive platform that combines deep client understanding and advanced automation, enabling advisors to assess investors thoroughly, create customized portfolios, and engage clients with meaningful insights. This collaboration aims to foster deeper client relationships, align financial strategies with personal values, and promote more meaningful investing.
Grass Clippings (Fund IV) has purchased Rolling Hills Golf Course in Tempe, Arizona, with plans to transform it into a fun and inclusive golf experience. They are making significant renovations, including adding a fully functional bar on the 8th tee, revamping the clubhouse restaurant, and installing more than 70 bright lights around the course to allow for nighttime play, a first in Arizona. Rolling Hills aims to offer a casual and welcoming environment, in contrast to traditional country clubs, and reopened with new grass on November 3, with night golf planned for December.
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