U.S.-Israeli mobile repair start-up CellSavers raises $15 million

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TEL AVIV (Reuters) – U.S.-Israeli start-up CellSavers, whose technology matches consumers with broken mobile devices and technicians, said on Thursday it raised $15 million in financing led by Carmel Ventures, with participation of Sequoia Capital Israel.