Tiptapp plans to launch in Germany

Tiptapp, a Swedish gig economy startup whose app allows individuals to move stuff in out of of their homes, is planning to expand into the German market.

The company just published a job ad on LinkedIn in which it is looking for a Country Manager for the German market. A German language version of the website is already live, and the Stockholm-based startup has begun to purchase ads targeting social media users in Germany.

Tiptapp was launched in Stockholm in 2016 and subsequentally expanded into other Swedish cities. The startup's service is also available in London.

The company has raised a total of USD7.54M in 4 different funding rounds. It recently won a 3-year long battle with the City of Stockholm about the legality of a platform that allows private individuals to help each other moving things from homes to recycling stations.

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