Stockport app developer closes £2 million funding round

Last updated on: March 1, 2017, Author: Staff

SurveyMe, a Stockport based mobile survey app developer has closed its initial £2 million funding round in partnership with Chester-headquartered investment manager Deepbridge Capital.

The funding was raised via Deepbridge’s Technology Growth EIS proposition, and has enabled the app developer to open an office in California as part of a move to target the US as well as finance opportunities to establish key partnerships in other global territories.

SurveyMe’s innovativeLee-Evans-SurveyMe application is designed to help companies quickly capture real-time mobile consumer and employee feedback at point of experience for business intelligence purposes.

Lee Evans (pictured), founder and chief executive at SurveyMe, said: “This has been a terrific year which has seen SurveyMe continue to expand globally. Thanks to our excellent partnership with Deepbridge Capital, the growth capital raised has enabled SurveyMe to expand our R&D team in Stockport and also successfully launch our US operations in Irvine, California.”

Ian Warwick, managing partner at Deepbridge Capital, said: “Where possible, we always try to continue funding our portfolio companies so that they remain funded correctly and have the best opportunity to grow as planned. We therefore look forward to discussing future funding requirements with the management team at SurveyMe.”

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