Four years back, Brandon Gell was an architecture student who invested most of his time working on 3D printing modular real estate. Now, he’s the founder of Clyde, a prolonged service warranty startup that wishes to help small e-commerce businesses provide item protection. Today, the company announced it has actually raised a $14 million Series A led by […] Using Clyde, customers can access a dashboard and e-commerce apps to manage their security programs. It has a Shopify plugin so shop owners on the site can include Clyde to their small companies. Clyde helps little businesses, like a four-person startup in Columbus Ohio, get a bite of this lucrative pie. Closer rivals to the startup consist of Mulberry and Extend, which were both established after Clyde and have actually raised less in endeavor capital financing. Now, he’s the founder of Clyde, a prolonged warranty startup that wants to assist small e-commerce companies offer product security….