Back in June we highlighted Sean Parker’s new civic engagement tech start-up. Half a year down the road, the specifics of what Brigade will do are still being hammered out but the litany of partners and supporters is only growing:
The company touted partnerships with an eclectic set of eight issue advocacy group including environmental group Rainforest Action Network, the conservative Americans for Tax Reform and the Drug Policy Alliance, an anti-drug war group funded liberal billionaire George Soros. San Francisco-based Brigade, a 40-person-plus company that expects to launch next year, disclosed its existence in April when it announced a $9.3 million investment from Parker, who is chairman.
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