Swedish app TipTapp raises €2 million to pick up your trash


The Swedish app Tiptapp allows you to quickly contact someone to pick up all the garbage you have at home and can't get rid of. Now the Stockholm-based company has taken in another €2 million in financing, after raising €1 million last year.

Tiptapp launched in late autumn of 2015. The founders saw a need for a commercial service that capitalizes on the goods that people want to get rid of. Since then, several thousand users have joined the app.

According to co-founder Tim Bjelkstam the new capital is only part of what the company intends to bring in, as they plan a more substantial round later.

The company has already begun plans to bring Tiptapp to the UK, Switzerland, Belgium and the Nordic countries. So far Tiptapp has focused mostly on the Stockholm area.

Read more: Di Digital (Swedish)

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