Veeqo is powering the biggest shift in retail history. Our mission is to help retailers all over the world grow their ecommerce business and increase their sales by selling successfully on multiple channels.
Ecommerce is undoubtedly the future of retail. In fact, figures on Black Friday sales performance in 2015 revealed that online sales overtook in-store for the first time ever.
But being a successful ecommerce retailer is hard. Customers want to be able to purchase your products on any platform they want, on any device they want, from anywhere in the world.
Veeqo CEO and Founder Matt Warren knows this first-hand. “I used to run an ecommerce business of my own for 12 years, and I created Veeqo out of my frustration managing multiple orders via multiple sales channels,” says Matt.
Over the past few years, we’ve been busy building the best platform in the world so that Veeqo can deliver upon its mission – to help retailers run a more profitable ecommerce business.
“We are extremely proud of the platform we’ve created and the level of customer service we are delivering,” says Matt. “We have been honoured to see so many customers adopting Veeqo as their main master product catalog.”
Veeqo has a track record of strong financial growth, and is already backed by significant, high profile investors from the worlds of retail and tech.
We’re now looking to raise an additional £1M at a valuation of £8m via the crowdfunding platform Seedrs, and are giving all Veeqo customers the opportunity to invest in our future. This round of investment is very likely our last round before we aim for a large VC funding or an IPO.
We are working hard to turn Veeqo into the next billion-dollar company delivering amazing service to its customers. This is a great opportunity to invest in something huge.
To find out more and to pledge an investment, please visit the Veeqo page on the Seedrs website: http://seedrs.com/veeqo7.
Written by Duncan La Barre
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