Imagine this: You’ve been standing in line at a sticky department store, waiting to return a pair of faulty trousers. A half-hour passes when you finally reach the till only to be turned away for not retaining your receipt.
It’s this very scenario which inspired Tash Grossman to embark on a “receipt revolution” with Slip, last year. The app provides customers with digital receipts for their purchases, all the while, providing retailers with data on consumers.
The company has just raised £750k in pre-seed funding (offering a glimmer of hope against the shocking fact that female founders raised just 2% of venture capital money in 2021). Ahead of its summer launch, MT meets Grossman.