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Lupe Technology is a tech startup based in Bristol, UK. The company has developed a revolutionary cordless vacuum cleaner based on its patented technology. Its 'Pure Cordless' has outstanding suction power, endurance, and great battery life compared to similar products from rival brands like Dyson. In 2015, the company went full-time with the award of an InnovateUK Grant. In 2019, it completed the biggest ever crowdfunded vacuum cleaner campaign beating campaigns run by Chinese giant Xiaomi. The brand has been featured in The Times and Digital Trends. It also became the A'DESIGN Award Winner of 2019. In 2020, Lupe Technology secured its first trade orders and ordered its first mass-production run. The company aims to use 22% of the investment for marketing, 22% on staffing and business overheads, and 56% for stock.

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Rated on 13/04/2020

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Lupe Technology is founded by two former Dyson engineers who are experts in the field of tech consumer goods, who have assembled a strong team of skilled professionals. The Managing Director is an Aero Engineer by background, now a hardware startup entrepreneur. The Technical Director is a proven innovator who has generated multiple patents on vacuum cleaner technology. The marketing head is an experienced marketeer and brand consultant who is skilled in the creation and implementation of a strategic marketing plan.


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  • £795,753
  • 122%
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  • Funded
    22 May 2020


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    06 Apr 20 Seedrs £795,753 / 122% 84.33%
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  • Hertfordshire Business Awards Finalist 2014

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