The GV-backed consumer goods marketplace secuerd $60m in primary funding alongside a $190m secondary share sale by employees.

StockX, a US-based online consumer goods marketplace backed by internet and technology group Alphabet, has raised $60m alongside a $195m secondary share sale by employees. The round valued the company at $3.8bn and was led by technology investment firm Altimeter Capital, which participted together with Dragoneer Investment Group. Founded in 2016, StockX has built an…

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