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Usheru to kick off European expansion

‘We have to be as aggressive as possible’

7th May, 2017
Ollie Fegan, founder of ticketing start-up Usheru Picture: Fergal Phillips

Usheru, the cinema ticketing technology start-up, is raising €750,000 for an expansion across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

The Dublin-based company, which directly sells tickets for cinemas or film distributors like Universal Pictures, is expanding in France first before it sets its sights on clients in Spain and Scandinavian countries.

Usheru currently has one salesperson in France and clients in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, but hopes to expand its operations in these territories by...

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