Good Morning: Detox Shot Morning Recovery Raises $8 Million - BevNET.comHow much would you pay to get rid of a hangover? Los Angeles-based startup 82 Labs got the answer to that question last month: the company, maker of a hangover detox shot called Morning Recovery, closed a $8 million round of fundraising at a $33 million valuation.
Silicon Valley, intent on disrupting food, is now taking aim at hangoversSoylent is busy "disrupting" food. Brain-boosting nootropics are available at a handful startups. La Croix fizzy water has traveled from Silicon Valley fridges to become the preferred tonic in trendy offices across the US. Silicon Valley's creation of Morning Recovery was probably just a matter of time.
Investors Are Betting $8M This Korean Hangover Cure Will Save AmericansIn South Korea, nothing says office comradery like a hangover at work. With long work hours and soju-laden company dinners the norm, arriving at the office with a 9am headache is a show of company loyalty. But with great hangovers come great remedies, and South Korea has a thriving industry for magic little bottles that promise to reduce alcohol's side effects the next day.
Morning Recovery raises $10 million CAD to cure hangovers with a scientific approachMany of your friends probably have their own hangover concoction they swear by, but one company is working to be the real deal. M orning Recovery - a drink founded by a University of Waterloo grad and ex-Tesla engineer promising to cure your hangover - has announced a Series A of $10 million CAD ($8 million USD) at a $42 million CAD ($33 million USD) valuation.
82Labs raises $8M to create a better hangover recovery drinkWhile taking some time off to travel before his next gig, Sisun Lee spent a lot of time in Korea - where he found himself drinking alcohol pretty much every night and then getting rolling the next morning, regardless of hangover status. He also found that there were popular local herbal hangover drinks that everyone kept raving about.
How we made $1M in 3 Months - The Story of Morning RecoveryFrom working at Facebook, Uber, and Tesla to quitting my job and making $1M in the first three months of our new mission ridding the world of hangovers, the last few months of my life have been wild. So how did it all happen? Let's start at the beginning.
Morning Recovery Drink - Hangover Prevention Drink From Alcohol?Debating on whether or not it is a good idea to attend happy hour? Worried about having to go to work the next day? Sometimes when consumers have a day off or two, thinking of the potential damage drinking may have on one's productivity levels will make one turn down one's invitation.
Morning Recovery: New Drink Aims to Cure HangoversThrobbing headaches, stomach pain, light and sound sensitivity usually don't make for good business - except when it comes to Sisun Lee. The former Tesla and Facebook employee has spent months throwing...
A New FDA-Compliant Hangover Cure Is Coming and There's Already a Waitlist for It"No more rough mornings," and "Drink smart, do more" are two of the slogans on Morning Recovery's minimalist website. The new self-professed hangover cure was created after CEO and founder Sisun Lee returned from a trip to South Korea where he experienced for himself the popular hangover drinks that helped his South Korean friends bounce back easily from a long night of drinking.
An ex-Tesla engineer created an FDA-compliant cure for hangoversSisun Lee loved his job as an engineer at Tesla. He had absolutely no intention of quitting and starting his own company. But what started out as a fun side project to find a cure for hangovers has grown so big, he felt he had to quit his job this week and launch a company.
The ex-Tesla engineer who created an FDA-compliant hangover cure made $1 million in 3 months and was almost thrown out of the country by Trump's immigration rulesIt's been three months since Sisun Lee accidentally wound up with a hot startup that makes a hangover prevention drink called Morning Recovery. Lee says sales have gone crazy and he's generated $1 million in revenue in three months.
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