Popertee to be liquidated due to Covid slump
Multiple lockdowns proved fatal for promising Irish firm which offered a pop-up shop service to household brands
Popertee, an Irish start-up that raised more than €700,000, has been put into liquidation following a “significant decline” in revenue since the beginning of the pandemic.
The firm, founded by Lucinda Kelly in 2016, developed a pop-up shop booking service. It previously secured more than €730,000 in funding from investors, including Growing Capital, an Irish seed fund, a syndicate of angel investors and Enterprise Ireland. In June 2020, more than €100,000 was put...
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