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Vilnius-based Qoorio raises €2 million to launch its knowledge-sharing app in the UK

Vilnius-based Qoorio raises €2 million to launch its knowledge-sharing app in the UK

27 Nov 11:00 by Paulius Grimalis

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Qoorio, a Lithuanian knowledge-sharing app, has raised €2 million, led by Luxembourg-based Mangrove Capital. Other investors include Change Ventures, 70 Ventures, Mantas Mikuckas, and Vytautas Kubilius, and others.

 

Qoorio is a convenient and thoughtfully crafted platform, which connects experienced people who can help people looking for eye-opening answers.

 

“We are all stuck in our social bubbles and associate with people who are similar to us. It is hard for an artist to get business advice from friends or for a lawyer to find a knowledgeable person to navigate her through the tricky world of art collecting. And that is what Qoorio offers – access to real-life knowledge,” commented Grušaitė.

 

“The platform’s team has proven in a short space of time that people are willing and able to pay for unique knowledge and experience while other people are willing to share it. Qoorio is creating a brand new product category and we are very happy to help this great team grow and expand internationally,” says Yannick Oswald, principal at Mangrove Capital.

 

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