Paris-based startup Yellowpop has raised $4 million in a Series A funding round led by Eutopia. The company produces custom LED neon lights and has already partnered with renowned artists. It has points of sale in New York, Paris, and London, as well as an online store.
Yellowpop was founded in 2018 by Jérémy Cortial and Ruben Grigri. The startup's aim is to bring neon lights into the 21st century with its modern LED technology. The company's products are highly customizable and can be used to create unique and eye-catching designs for both commercial and residential spaces.
2CFinance acted as Yellowpop's part-time CFO during the company's financial due diligence. 2CFinance is a financial advisory firm that helps startups grow by providing them with tailored financial solutions.
Eutopia is a venture capital firm that invests in early-stage startups. The firm focuses on companies that are using technology to create positive social and environmental impact.
Yellowpop's Series A funding will be used to accelerate the company's international expansion and further develop its collaborations with brands and artists. With the growing popularity of neon lights in interior design, Yellowpop is well-positioned to capitalize on the trend and become a leader in the custom LED neon market.
The company's success is a testament to the growing demand for unique and personalized products in the home decor industry. As consumers increasingly seek out products that reflect their individual styles and tastes, companies like Yellowpop are poised for continued growth and success.