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Fruugo, an online marketplace that’s originally from Finland, is said to be planning to launch an initial public offering (IPO). The UK-based ecommerce platform should go public as soon as this fall.
Fruugo is one of many popular online marketplaces in Europe. It was founded in Finland in 2006, but but after some financial troubles, the company shut down its office in Helsinki in 2012. It’s now a UK-based company that operates in over 46 countries across the world.
I took a long walk on Saturday. It’s become a routine during the pandemic, a chance to unwind after too many hours indoors, while seeing parts of the city that would otherwise be lost to subway rides in normal years. Saturday was more purpose-driven, heading to a newly opened Trader Joe’s before Henri unleashed itself on the Eastern Seaboard.