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UK News Incredibly expensive homes shrouded in scandal

23:35  29 october  2020
23:35  29 october  2020 Source:   lovemoney.com

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a large body of water with a city in the background: The listing, if it goes ahead, would swell the ranks of technology companies floating in London © Getty The listing, if it goes ahead, would swell the ranks of technology companies floating in London

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Trustpilot, which is headquartered in Copenhagen, is one of the world's leading online business review platforms.

Founded in 2007 by Peter Muhlmann, a Danish entrepreneur, it boasts hundreds of thousands of merchants on its platform, and is viewed billions of times every month.

Most of its revenue is generated from companies which subscribe to its services.


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The company has offices as far afield as Melbourne, New York and Berlin, and employs more than 700 people globally.

It last raised $55m from investors in a Series E round in March last year.

Among the funds which participated in the round were Draper Esprit, the London-listed venture capital group, and Sunley House Capital Management, a fund affiliated to the private equity group Advent International.

The online reviews site is chaired by Tim Weller, the British serial entrepreneur who has steered a number of successful tech and media companies through public listings.

Last year, it appointed Angela Seymour-Jackson, a director at public companies including the insurer Esure and asset manager Janus Henderson, to its board.

Like other review sites, Trustpilot has at times attracted scepticism over its ability to weed out fake reviews.

To improve users' trust in content posted on the site, it has introduced features such as one which allows consumers to see how many complaints have been deleted.

"There has never been a greater need for trust online and in the world which is why we keep pushing the boundaries of what's possible in the review space," Mr Muhlmann said at the time of its last fundraising.

In August, it announced further measures aimed at strengthening consumers' faith in reviews posted on its platform.

Trustpilot said: "We maintain regular contact with various potential investors and advisors. We've consistently said IPO is one of various potential options down the line."

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