18 November 2019
FAI DA TE
DO IT YOURSELF
October was a month of new milestones and great opportunities for Dooitu, the marketplace of reference for the world of creative DIY.
The company recorded record revenues of over €102,000, an increase of 41% compared to the same period last year.
Result obtained thanks to the numerous sales agreements recently closed by the company, agreements that have led to a significant increase in the products available in the platform's catalogue.
The company has also entered into important partnerships with the most prestigious yarn brands in Italy and abroad, such as Cardiff Cashmere, Rowan, Manifattura Sesia and Filati Katia.
Collaborations that allow Dooitu to position itself as a strategic reference point in the Italian yarn market, which is currently experiencing strong growth. To this end, the Yarns Lovers section has been created,offering awide range of articles and projects dedicated to the world of yarns.
"Dooitu aims to capitalize on the positive trend in the sector by going from being a national top player to an international platform of reference in the world of creative DIY: already in the current year it expects to reach a total turnover of 1 million euros and over 20 million in the five-year period. "commented Paolo Barbone, CEO & Founder of Dooitu.
Warnings pursuant to Article 19(2)
crowdfunding services provided by Mamacrowd are not covered by the Deposit Guarantee Scheme established in accordance with Directive 2014/49/EU*; securities and instruments eligible for crowdfunding purposes that can be acquired through this crowdfunding platform are not covered by the Investor Compensation Scheme established in accordance with Directive 97/9/EC**.
* Directive 2014/49/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council on Deposit Guarantee Schemes.
** Directive 97/9/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on investor-compensation schemes.
© 2023 SiamoSoci Srl a company of Azimut Group - VAT number IT07464370969 - Via Timavo 34, 20124 MI - SC € 95.417,54 fully paid up - Registr. 8, resolution 19002 of 06/08/14