The on-demand consumer delivery service more than doubled its valuation to $8.9bn in under six months, in a round backed by SoftBank Vision Fund 1.
GoPuff, the US-based operator of a personal services app, received $1.15bn from investors including telecommunications and internet group SoftBank’s Vision Fund 1 today at an $8.9bn valuation. Investment and financial services group Fidelity Management and Research also took part in the round, as did hedge fund managers Luxor Capital and D1 Capital Partners, investment manager…
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