Irish energy drink provider selected by Amazon for global sales push
Juspy has been picked for the web retail behemoth’s special programme that helps start-ups seeking to fast-track into global markets
Juspy, an early-stage Irish company that makes a nutritional energy drink powder, has been picked to join Amazon’s Launchpad programme for start-ups seeking to fast-track into international markets.
Founded by Leonie Lynch, Juspy’s products launch initially on Amazon in Britain and Germany later this month.
The invite-only Launchpad programme helps small and medium businesses to navigate sales tax, languages and other tricky international trading issues, and with marketing their brand.
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