An online start-up based in Wexford has raised over 1.5 million euro…
A Wexford-based online business has raised over 1.5 million euro.
The business, called Scurri, helps users to select the most effective delivery option for each package, while providing tracking from dispatch to delivery, among other services.
The company’s customers in the UK and Ireland include eBay, Gousto and Vision Direct. The coronavirus has impacted the business positively, as Scurri has seen over a 55% hike in delivery volumes.
The business, owned by Rory O’Connor, recently raised an additional 1.5 million euro, bringing the businesses’ total to 8.5 million euro.
“We have very ambitious plans for the company in the next 12 months. For the past seven years Scurri has gone from strength to strength, from start-up to full service software solutions provider with a growing list of blue chip and fast growth companies in thee sophisticated and fragmented UK e-commerce market,” O’Connor said, speaking to SiliconRepublic.com
Investors in the latest funding round include Act Venture Capital, Episode 1, Pa Nolan and angels investors – the majority of whom were advised by J Meade Corporate Finance, according to Scurri.
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