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Boise startup gets angel funding (access required)

Retrolux Inc., a Boise-based software company, has received $100,000 in funding from the Gem State Angel Fund, a $1.3 million fund intended to help Idaho’s startup economy. The company has now raised about $370,000, said Leif Elgethun, CEO. “We have built a sales platform that makes it easier for lighting contractors to design, sell, and install ...

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