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By Matti Niebelschütz

Leading European Venture Capital Company Shows Interest in MyParfum

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Dear Companists,

Our campaign on Companisto is attracting the attention of both the entire industry and of other people. For instance, Mercedes-Benz FashionWeek is interested in cooperating with us. But read for yourself!

 

Leading European VC Also Shows Interest in MyParfum

As we already told you in a previous update, a leading Chinese venture capital company wants to help MyParfum access the Asian market. After the Chinese VC, other interested companies have contacted us as well, for example an international chain of perfume stores and one of the leading European venture capital companies. The VC company has also invested in the company Gemvara.com (individual jewelry), which received USD 40m in funding, among others.

 

Early Launch of the UK Website

To be able to respond to international requests for cooperation, we have decided to launch our English website earlier than planned and to start selling our products in the UK as early as in a few weeks.

Thus, things will remain interesting.

 

Best regards,

Matti and the entire team of MyParfum



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