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Croatian Nutrition Counselling Startup Wins €200k Investment

CroatiaCroatian startups seem to be an attractive proposition for investors around the world. After the success of startups such as Farmeron and Teddy the Guardian, Greenpie is the latest Croatian startup to win international funding…

Nutrition counselling application Greenpie has secured 200,000 euros investment from Bulgarian seed fund LAUNCHub. Find out more about what Greenpie is in the video below.

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