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Flont raises $2 million to launch fine jewelry borrowing service in US

Flont, an NYC-based fine jewelry borrowing service, has raised $2 million in seed funding.  The round was led by Carmen Busquets with participation from angels Natalia Busquets, Stephanie Stahl, former CMO of Coach and Revlon, Miki Iwamura, CMO of Google Japan and former VP of marketing at Cartier, Jorge Mora, former vice chairman of Macquarie Capital, Jack …

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