Jobsite co-founder and Julie Meyer lead angel round for Lime&Tonic

A digital concierge service start-up based in London has closed a euro1 million seed round with help from a number of high-profile investors.

Lime&Tonic has attracted angel investments from Ariadne Capital’s Julie Meyer, Jobsite co-founder Graham Potts and Earlybird Capital’s Cem Sortoglu.

The start-up has developed a digital concierge service for people’s social lives and works with Michelin restaurants and hotel brands.

The €1 million (£835,000) cash it has secured from its angel backers will be used to further develop its platform product having launched an iPhone mobile app in August.

Stefan Cordiner, co-founder of Lime&Tonic, comments, ‘Lime&Tonic is something completely new. We’re a tech play on the traditional concierge model using matching algorithms combined with carefully vetted and curated experiences.

‘We also have a layer of personalisation, providing our users a unique service like no other.’

Back in July, Meyer joined the business as an adviser to help with fundraising and expansion strategies. Also joining Meyer in the new angel round are 3TS Capital’s Daniel Lynch and Craig Capital managing director Miroslav Boublik.

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Lime&Tonic operates in seven cities including London, Dubai, Prague, Rio, Sydney, Amsterdam and Melbourne. It has so far provided 85,000 paying customers to merchants.

Hunter Ruthven

Hunter Ruthven

Hunter was the Editor for from 2012 to 2014, before moving on to Caspian Media Ltd to be Editor of Real Business.

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