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Google News is reporting that ecommerce platform Simple e Commerce has raised $6.2 million in a Series B round led by Andreessen Horowitz.

The deal is valued at $2.8 million, according to a report in Venture Beat.

The money will go towards developing the product and launching the marketplace, with the platform also working to grow its userbase.

It will be interesting to see how well Simple eCommerce will do when it goes live on the platform.

It’s been reported that the platform has been in talks with major retailers like Gap and Walgreens, but Simple e is also looking to partner with the likes of Target, Amazon, Best Buy, and more.

This means that if Simple e can get its users to spend money, it could potentially help it survive as a retail ecommerce company.

Simple e has also been working on a product called The Shopping Assistant.

The idea is to provide an ecommerce experience to people who aren’t using a traditional shopping platform.

Instead, shoppers would be able to simply order items online using their smartphone or tablet, and have it delivered to their doorsteps.

The Shopping assistant will be powered by Amazon’s Alexa technology, which allows users to purchase goods and services directly from the retailer’s website.

The platform’s CEO and founder, James Brown, said the project was a natural extension of the company’s focus on helping people who don’t have access to a traditional online shopping experience.

“We’re all looking for an opportunity to make our lives better and to make a positive difference in people’s lives.

We believe that when we empower people to be able make their lives better, they will do it,” he said.

We see this as the most fundamental change to the way we live, Brown added.