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Mobile Optometry Startup Scores $3 Million from Venture Capitalists

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2020 On-site Optometry delivers exams and other services via mobile vision centers.

Boston-based startup 2020 On-site Optometry – which delivers vision care services to offices and schools via its mobile vision centers – has raised an additional $3 million from a group of venture capitalists and other investors, the company announced. To date, the startup has hauled in a total of $7.9 million.

Andrew Balson, CEO of Match Beyond, is among the company’s investors. “2020 has solved a problem for companies and their employees by providing high-quality optometry in a convenient and low-cost setting,” he says. “We will see more MVCs parked at companies and more eyes cared for as the 2020 team grows their presence. This is investing in a company that will do well by doing good.”

With 26 employees, 2020 On-site Optometry currently operates in Boston and Atlanta and has plans to launch in Chicago this fall.

Read the full release at Business Wire

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