October 11, 2019

Founded Shoprocket.co

Ryan Badger @ryanbadger

After running a digital agency with my two fellow co-founders for 3 years, we built our own shopping cart widget and quickly realised it's potential and customer demand.

We were accepted into two accelerator programs, Google Seedcamp in London and Bootstrap in the Netherlands.

We decided to join Seedcamp and spent 6 months at the Google Campus in London working on our product and building out our team.

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Today's Top Milestones
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