Investors give €2m boost to Vromo’s move from delivery to software
A former Just Eat executive and other private investors have pumped more than €2 million into Irish start-up Vromo to fund its pivot away from delivery services.
Vromo – formerly known as WeBringg – was founded by Alan Hickey and Sean Murray in 2015. The firm initially focused on the provision of an Amazon-style same-day delivery service, and oversaw delivery services for Just Eat in Ireland.
Speaking to The Sunday Business Post, Vromo co-founder Sean Murray...
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