Lime&Tonic taps angel investors for latest funding round

By Marc Castro

Nov 07, 2013 09:16 PM EST

Digital concierge service provider Lime&Tonic announced the closure of its Angel round of funding. The said round had raised EUR1.0 million from prominent UK and European angel investors. These investors include Graham Potts, co-founder of Jobsite, Julia Meyer of Ariadne Capital and Cem Sortoglyu of Earlybird Capital. Other investors include David Lynch of 3TS Capital and Miroslav Boublik of Craig Capital. 

The funds would be utilized to provide funding assistance to the development of the Lime&Tonic product. This product is a sophisticated platform providing affluent users with personalized recommendations for individual social agenda each week. The firm launched its first mobile app for the Apple iOS platform just a month and a half ago.

According to Lime&Tonic co-founder Stefan Cordiner, "Lime&Tonics is something completely new. We're a tech play on the traditional concierge model using matching algorithms combined with carefully vetted and curated experiences. We also have a layer of personalization providing our users a unique service like no other."

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