The manufacturer of clothing for the U2Y.TECH brand raised 15 million rubles from the Moscow Seed Fund. The startup plans to spend funds on automating business processes.

IT factory U2Y.TECH raised 15 million rubles from the Moscow Seed Fund

The Moscow Venture Investment Development Fund invested 15 million rubles in the U2Y.TECH IT factory. This was reported to RB.RU by a representative of the Moscow Seed Fund.

U2Y.TECH is a full-cycle factory for the production of clothing for brands using the on-demand system. The company develops its own brands and also works with designers, bloggers, local brands and illustrators.

The startup’s technology allows for real-time order placement in the factory and production of products by printing on clothing and fabrics.

U2Y.TECH was founded in 2021 by Andrey Perepechenkov, Denis Kuzmin and Lidiya Levshina. According to the Unified State Register of Legal Entities, Perepechenkov and Kuzmin each own 30.04% of the capital of Customized Production Technologies LLC, Levshina owns a 15.02% stake. Another 24.9% stake in the company belongs to Sulak Capital LLC.


Kirill Bilyk

Source: RB

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