They're starting to crop up here and there, new startups that have appropriated the monthly class-pass model and are focused on children's activities. Last month, a New York-based startup called KidPass announced $325,000 in seed funding, including from serial entrepreneur Kevin Ryan. Meanwhile, Brooklyn-based The Kids Passport, which caters to local families and launched in October, has raised an undisclosed amount of seed funding from Notation Capital and Collaborative Fund.
Now, there's a new entrant. A Chicago-based startup that's similarly focused on helping parents and other...
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