Euclid Nabs $17.3 Million For Second Round Of Funding

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5:21 PM EST February 21st, 2013

Retail analytics expert Euclid has raised $17.3 million in its second round of funding, reports TechCrunch.

The company claims to have installed its analytic sensor system in over 30 apparel chains, restaurants, shopping malls and other stores, and says it detects an average of three billion events per day.

Benchmark Capital led the round, with NEA, Harrison Metal and Novel TMT ventures also participating.

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