Irish beauty app looking good for British expansion
Start-up raising €250,000 to make move across sea
MyPucker, the on-demand beauty app start-up, is set to make an expansion across Ireland and into Britain.
The app, which partners with 60 beauty professionals, is raising €250,000 to hit British cities Manchester and Liverpool by the end of the year.
The move will come after it makes a foray into Cork, Galway, Limerick and Belfast over the next three months, according to co-founder Niamh McHugh.
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