VNN Sports, a high school sports communications software platform, has raised $3.7 million, led by NextWave capital with participation from Arsenal Ventures.
CEO Rick Ehrman of Grand Rapids, MI-based VNN has opened a Minneapolis office. He previously worked for Sports Engine, a similar company focused on amateur sports that was sold to NBC Universal.
“In my time at Sports Engine, our investors and partners had a front-row seat to see the power of digitization in athletics…
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