WeGift

WeGift

WeGift is a London-based gift card company.

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Timeline

November 25, 2020
WeGift collects $8M in new funding.

June 27, 2019
Series A

WeGift has closed £4 million in Series A funding round is led by Stride.VC with participation from SAP.iO fund, Unilever Ventures, James Hind and Eamon Jubbawy.

2016
WeGift was founded by Aron Alexander.

Funding rounds

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WeGift funding round November 2020
8,000,000
November 2020
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Martin Warner

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Steve O'Hear
November 25, 2020
TechCrunch
WeGift, the London-based startup that has built an "incentive marketing" platform that lets businesses easily issue e-gift cards and other digital rewards to customers, has raised $8 million in new funding. Dubbed a Series A extension, the round is led by AlbionVC. Existing investors including Stride.vc, SAP.iO fund and Unilever Ventures also followed on. Following [...]
Steve O'Hear
November 25, 2020
TechCrunch
WeGift, the London-based startup that has built an "incentive marketing" platform that lets businesses easily issue e-gift cards and other digital rewards to customers, has raised $8 million in new funding. Dubbed a Series A extension, the round is led by AlbionVC. Existing investors including Stride.vc, SAP.iO fund and Unilever Ventures also followed on. Following [...]
Steve O'Hear
June 27, 2019
TechCrunch
WeGift, the U.K. startup that has developed a platform to let businesses easily issue e-gift cards and other digital rewards, has closed £4 million in Series A funding. Leading the round is Stride.VC -- the relatively new early-stage venture capital firm founded by Fred Destin and Harry Stebbings -- alongside a number of other investors [...]

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