Buymie sets sights on Britain and rest of Europe
Director Eamonn Quinn says grocery delivery start-up has raised €2.5 million in new funding
Grocery delivery start-up Buymie is to look to Britain and mainland Europe for its expansion drive after announcing it had raised €2.5 million in new funding, Eamonn Quinn, a director of the company, said.
Buymie’s business has increased in recent weeks due to the Covid-19 restrictions and Quinn, who is also an investor in the business, expects the crisis to trigger permanent changes in how people buy their groceries.
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