VC to back Clickmango founders in future net ventures.

campaignlive.co.uk, Monday, 31 July 2000 12:00AM

- The founders of health and beauty portal Clickmango are in discussions with the VC firm Atlas Ventures about the possibility of new internet investments following the demise of the natural health products e-tailer.

- The founders of health and beauty portal Clickmango are in discussions with the VC firm Atlas Ventures about the possibility of new internet investments following the demise of the natural health products e-tailer.

Plans to close Clickmango, one of whose high-profile shareholders was Joanna Lumley, were announced this month by founders Toby Rowland and Robert Norton after the company failed to secure second round funding.

According to Rowland, Atlas has offered to back them in future ventures, although a period of reflection is needed first.



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