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Sep 25, 2023 14:28 EEST
September 25 (SeeNews) - Romanian healthy snacks startup Unison said on Monday that it looking for 225,000 euro ($239,370) in pre-seed funding through co-investment platform SeedBlink.
Venture capital fund Mavers Ventures and other angel investors have already contributed 133,000 euro to Unison's fundraising campaign, the startup said in a press release.
"Unison already has a solid customer base, a portfolio of nutrient-dense products that are very loved by consumers. With this funding we will accelerate sales and significantly expand our product offering," said Tudor Iacob, CEO and co-founder of Unison.
Established in 2018 in Bucharest by Tania Nicoara and Tudor Iacob, Unison initially operated as a bistro. Over time, the company transitioned into producing vegan products and snacks, which are currently available for delivery in Bucharest and the neighboring Ilfov county, as well as online through their website.
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