Struggling London coffee startup DripApp has sold its 'Oyster card for drinks' app to Swipii
5 monthes ago - By Business Insider
DripApp, an app that allowed Londoners to buy coffee from independent stores at reduced prices, has been acquired by digital loyalty and marketing platform Swipii.
The terms and value of the deal were not disclosed.
DripApp cofounder Jeremy Cortial told Business Insider: "All I can say is that the deal is fair for both parties and we see great potential of working with Swipii."
Founded in 2014 and headquartered in Glasgow, Swipii describes itself as a "complete automated marketing retail suite for hyperlocal retailers." The company has been backed with $2.5 million in venture...
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