Harry’s files paperwork for fresh $139.9M financing


A whole year after the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) barred Harry from being bought by Edgewell Personal Care, the direct-to-consumer razor business obtained $155 million in Series E funding, valuing the company at $1.7 billion. Some months later, Harry’s has filed documents showing that the company has obtained another nine-figure capital infusion from its investors.
According to SEC filings, Harry’s has raised a total of $139.9 million in a fresh fundraising round. A similar filing listed the co-founders alongside others such as Shan-Lyn Ma, the co-founder of Zola, Addition Capital founder Lee Fixel, Campbell Soup Co. CEO Mark Clouse, politician Helena Foulkes, Zoom chief diversity officer Damian Hooper-Campbell, as well as Harry’s chief financial officer Jeff Lipkin and chief counsel Jack Sarno, among other people.
According to a spokeswoman for Harry’s, “at this time, we will not be making any comments.”
In all, according to Crunchbase records, the firm has received around $791 million in the capital since its founding in 2013; the additional funding brings the total amount raised to slightly over $791 million.

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