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3D printing firm Wazp sets sights on €1m funding round

Comes on the back of €300,000 raised in 2015

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
14th February, 2016
Shane Hassett, founder of Wazp Picture: Domnick Walsh

Kerry-based 3D printing firm Wazp is on course to raise €1 million in funding this year. This is on the back of €300,000 raised in 2015.

The business, which primarily focuses on producing jewellery, is on the high potential start-up programme with Enterprise Ireland and is in negotiations with venture capitalists for its next funding round.

Wazp is separately conducting a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign, at present with a goal of €20,000. Shane Hassett, founder of Wazp,...

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