Inventory control firm closes €450k fundraising round

22nd July, 2018
Adrian Walsh, founder of CheckVentory Pic: Maura Hickey

CheckVentory, the Dublin-based automated inventory company, will close a €450,000 funding round this month bringing total investment secured to-date to about €1 million.

The company closed a €550,000 round in 2016 from venture capital sources and state agency Enterprise Ireland, having been established three years prior by founder Adrian Walsh, former chief executive of Fiat in Ireland.

CheckVentory is a stock checking system that can be used to automate the manual inventory process in the motor...

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