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Grishin Robotics Invests in Bolt
Boston-based incubator set to foster 25 hardware startups
By Casey Nobile


Bolt, a new Boston-based hardware incubator, has gained another investor in Grishin Robotics, the first venture capital firm in the world to focus on consumer robotics.

Bolt has acquired $3.52 million, according to an SEC filing filed February 14. The company aims to raise a total of $4.94 million in investment capital to help hardware startups (including robotics and connected devices) with seed capital and an extensive mentorship program.

Along with Grishin Robotics, there are another two strategic partners - Logitech and Autodesk – that also…

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