Starting a new company is, by just about every measurable variable, a giant leap of faith. But when you've got a handy-dandy parachute strapped securely to your back, things get a little less uncertain.
No one knows that better than Chicago tech staple Desiree Vargas Wrigley, who co-founded but has very recently moved on to her newest venture - a six-week-old "ClassPass for kid's activities" aptly named Pearachute.
Despite the company's veritable youth, TechCrunch is reporting the company has reeled in $1.2 million in seed funding from investors already sold on the viability of what...
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