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Beyoncé Invests in Concert Merchandise Tech Startup

It looks like Jay Z isn’t the only one in the Carter household keeping an eye on a booming technology industry—Beyoncé is now a tech startup investor. The “Formation” singer has reportedly invested $150,000 in a new mobile app venture, Sidestep, which allows concertgoers to order merchandise at concerts through their phones and collect their new wares before, during or after the gig, avoiding the need to stand in line.
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