Meal Vouchers: Lunchr Raises €30 Million

Meal Vouchers: Lunchr Raises €30 Million

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  • Just 7 months after an €11 million funding round, Lunchr –start-up whose model is based on dematerialising meal vouchers– announces a €30 million round table.

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