Simplifyber successfully closes new funding round for cellulose-based material innovation


Simplifyber, a U.S. start-up company founded by designer Maria Intscher-Owrang, has finished a funding round, generating $3,5 million to back up the go-to-market of the company’s regenerative material that aims to make weaving or knitting obsolete. The product Simplifyber is a cellulose liquid based on wood pulp and other plant-based ...

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