#100 EuropeanStartups – DAY 38

Diyful (Cyprus, London)

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Diyful

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Co-founders Christophoros Tzirtizipis, Antonis Poupazis, Charles, J Anderson

The ‘Diyful’ idea was initially conceived by Christophoros, who was joined later by Antonis and Charis to co-found the company. Together, they identified specific problems in the DIY industry – massive amounts of fragmented information available online and a lack of tools to help the end user find out what they need, and how much, to undertake a DIY project. They decided to fill in the gap within the DIY industry by creating an online platform that would offer key information to every DIY’er – information that could not be found anywhere else on the web.

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