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Window cleaning and maintenance app valued at £4million

The Patch App has raised £300k in its latest funding round, valuing the Lancashire tech firm at £4m.

Set up by Paul White, the founder of Modern Milkman, alongside inventor and electrician, Conor Walsh, it follows a £200k fundraise in 2022, with a third round scheduled for 2024.

“We started trading about 6 months ago and in that time we’ve cleaned 12,000 homes and have 2,500 subscribers, which is testament to the hard work of our Head Office team and Service Operatives,” said White.

One of Prolific North’s Tech Companies to watch, The Patch App now employs 12 full-time staff, half of which are veterans – as part of a scheme to encourage Armed Forces veterans to work for themselves.

“We’re carrying out the whole process, end to end, from booking to completing the service, so the people piece has been incredibly important to get right early on,” added Joycelyn Neve, founder of the Seafood Pub Company, who joined as COO in August.

“We’ve worked hard to get the right people in place, as well as providing career and business opportunities for Veterans. We are proud to have gained national recognition from the The Times just recently for this. People are a huge factor in our future success”.

The fundraise was completed by 42 Northern based individual investors. 

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