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3D jewellery printing startup Stilnest secures funding and relocates to Berlin

Stilnest, a 3D printing and curated web platform for designer jewellery, has secured a seed investment of roughly $ 1million. Among the investors in this round is the investment arm of the Berlin-based IBB and the Klingel Group.

Stilnest, which was founded in 2013, on one side offers jewellery designers worldwide market access, and on the others side, offers regular customers a place for exclusive designer pieces.

With this investment, Stilnest aims to accelerate its growth, as well as tap into increasing trend cycles in the jewellery market, which has transformed the fashion industry. The seed financing will also be used to raise brand and product awareness.

Stilnest unites personally curated designers with state-of-the-art 3D-printing technique on it’s online platform. Unique one-of-a-kind designs from jewellery pieces are sourced worldwide, automatically distributed to the printing partners and sent out from the startup’s own storage. High storage costs are avoided by a ‘just-in-time’ production method.

Along with the financing round came the startup’s relocation from Friedrichshafen to Berlin, where the startup is now based. Julian Leitloff, Co-Founder of Stilnest, stated with regards to the new funding: “We are happy to receive so much trust and will use the push to establish Stilnest as an address for curated jewelry united with 3D printing technology.“

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Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr is the "Editor in Chief" of EU-Startups.com and started the blog in October 2010. He is excited about Europe's future, passionate about new business ideas and lives in Barcelona (Spain).

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