Lumar-backed social shopping app Depop has received $62m in a series C round that will fund the company's expansion in the US.

Depop, a UK-based social e-commerce platform backed by consultancy group Lumar, has completed a $62m series C round led by investment firm General Atlantic, TechCunch reported on Thursday. HV Holtzbrinck Ventures, Balderton Capital, Creandum, Octopus Ventures, TempoCap and private investor Sebastian Siemiatkowski also contributed to the round. Founded in 2011, Depop operates an online marketplace…

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