WeShop is a kind of retail start-ups with a long listing of millionaire founder shareholders, from Betfair’s Andrew Black to Cazoo’s Alex Chesterman.
The industry as soon as referred to as the Social Superstore pulled off a mini Spac ahead of Christmas, in spite of shedding £3.8 million in 2019.
It has some headline-grabbing board individuals, too, together with Baroness Mone, the Ultimo underwear entrepreneur these days preventing cronyism allegations over the availability of PPE to the NHS and she or he has now been joined through Leo Mansell, son of Mone’s fellow Isle of Way, Method One champ Nigel.
Father and son are each WeShop shareholders and previous racing drivers. Certainly, Nigel has been concerned since its early days when it was once dubbed “Pinterest that will pay”, because it presented money rewards to customers who promoted pieces on their social media feeds.
Leo, 37, steps as much as the board podium in a while ahead of WeShop is going are living with a brand new carrier the place customers get stocks as a loyalty bonus.