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Tennis Star Andy Murray Invests in Croatian Startup

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World number 2 tennis player Andy Murray has invested in Croatian-UK startup Trillenium…

Scottish-born Murray has expanded his investment portfolio by investing in 3 startups, including 3D virtual reality shop company Trillenium, which was co-founded by Croatian businessman Hrvoje Prpić.

“The three businesses I’ve chosen to kick off my crowdfunding investment portfolio are all in areas of industry I find interesting,” said Murray.

Croatian-UK startup Trillenium is the largest Croatian crowdfunding campaign ever, raising over£208,00 via equity crowdfunding platform Seedrs,from 330 investors all over the world, including Murray.

The tennis star also invested in Tossed, the salad bar chain, and the Fuel Ventures Fund, the Telegraph reported.

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