Pair Stock

paireyewear.comConsumer & Lifestyle / Clothing, Fashion, Beauty & ApparelFounded: 2017Funding to Date: $149.38MM

Pair Eyewear specializes in children eyewear solutions.

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Pair Eyewear sets its peepers on international expansion following $75M Series C

Pair Eyewear, a customizable eyewear brand, has raised $75 million in a Series C funding round. The company plans to use these funds to boost its automated U.S. manufacturing technology and expand globally. The funding round, led by Prysm Capital, brings Pair Eyewear's total venture-backed capital to $145 million to date. The company, which offers over 1,000 "top frame" options, has seen its revenue grow 24x between 2020 and 2023 and expects to double its year-over-year revenue by the end of this year.
Updated on: Jun 18, 2024


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