Reboxed secures 1.8 million euro to tackle e-waste

Reboxed secures 1.8 million euro to tackle e-waste

The sustainable tech startup, Reboxed has secured 1.8 euro of funding to support their innovative approaches to reducing e-waste. Their mission is to give a new home to as many as 100 million electronic devices by 2030, and to achieve this by stimulating a circular economy.

Phil Kemish, Co-founder and CEO of Reboxed,  said: “We want to give everyone access to high quality, great value tech, with a flexible, hassle-free experience. Mounting ESG pressures means that businesses are looking for integrated solutions that will help them achieve their climate goals. Reboxed’s sustainable services help businesses do just that. This latest investment will be used to expand our growing team, build out our technology stack and scale the brand.”

Founded in 2020, Reboxed has built a leading brand and recommerce platform connecting businesses and customers with a better and more sustainable way to buy and sell technology. It offers premium refurbished and pre-owned devices including phones, laptops, tablets and smart watches through a “like new” experience that focuses on quality, consistency and a genuinely circular approach.

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