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Moneyshake Secures £250,000 Reinvestment from Founders and Early-Stage Investors to Fuel Continued Growth

Moneyshake a leading car leasing comparison company based in Keele, announced today that its founders and early-stage investors have reinvested £250,000 in the company.

This significant reinvestment comes after a strong year-on-year growth, particularly over the last six months.

The company will utilise the additional capital investment to further expand Moneyshake’s brand presence and accelerate the launch of its premium product and price comparison technology.

Moneyshake aims to strengthen its position in the car leasing space by providing innovative solutions and exceptional customer experiences.

Eben Lovatt, CEO at Moneyshake, said: “It’s truly encouraging to see our investors recommitting to our growth plan. This reinvestment reaffirms their confidence in our vision and our ability to achieve our strategic objectives. We are determined to leverage this funding to continue our upward trajectory and establish ourselves as the undisputed leader in the car leasing comparison industry.”

Jon Davage, Partner at Bermans, a trusted legal partner supporting Moneyshake, said: “We are thrilled to continue supporting Moneyshake as they pursue their ambitious growth plan. This reinvestment is a testament to their strong performance and market potential. We are confident in their ability to make significant strides in the car leasing comparison market, and we are excited to be part of their journey.”

Moneyshake’s success story is underpinned by its commitment to innovation, customer satisfaction, and industry leadership. The recent reinvestment from founders and early-stage investors serves as a clear vote of confidence in the company’s future prospects.

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Moneyshake Secures £250,000 Reinvestment from Founders and Early-Stage Investors to Fuel Continued Growth

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