E-commerce start-up Storbie raises $1.5 million

Staff reporters
Fri, 23 Oct 2020

Staff reporters
Fri, 23 Oct 2020
Kiwi e-commerce start-up Storbie has secured $1.5 million in funding, a sum it says will help grow its business in Australia.Established in 2009, the Wellington company's platform is being used by online pharmacies in Australia to take advantage of demand during the country’s lockdowns.More than 100 pharmacies are using Storbie’s platform. CEO Shane Bartle said the company has seen over 113 percent growth in new e-commerce website builds this year compared with 2019.Storbie is confident repeated lockdowns have changed consumer b...

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