Splittable, a London-based startup that has developed an app in order to help manage and share household expenses, raised $1.2 million in new funding. With the new capital, the company is planning to further build out its software and increase marketing efforts. A number of venture capitals, among other Seedcamp, Playfair Capital and the London Co-Investment Fund, which is backed by the Mayor of London, participated at the funding process.
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