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April 22, 2022 - No Comments!

A look ahead on the sharing economy

It has been just over 15 years since Airbnb changed the way we think about where we stay. They democratised property rental and rewarded a whole generation of property owners and travellers alike. Since then, we've seen many other sectors transformed by the sharing economy. From food delivery (Deliveroo, Uber Eats) to transport (BlaBlaCar, Uber, Lime) to self-storage (Stashbee, StoreMate), we are witnessing a fundamental change to the way people are accessing goods and services.

But what about the humble marketplace? Commerce is a story as old as time, from the bazaars and souks to eBay and Gumtree. Not much has been done with this traditional model of buying and selling, except perhaps the 'mobile revolution', where marketplaces simply got a facelift for smartphone access.

Our vision for the future of marketplaces

If you think about it, it never really makes sense to buy something and hold onto it while you're not using it. We live in a world of overconsumption, facilitated by the traditional ecommerce models and incumbent buy/sell marketplaces.

Why not rethink the model, and instill a cultural shift towards temporary ownership? Imagine a world where everything you owned was online for people to buy, borrow or rent off you. Your car, your bikes, clothes, books, powertools - even the food in your cupboards -  listed on an online profile. You could browse the profiles of other people around you, moving items (and ownership) from profile to profile, seamlessly.

  • Need a powerdrill for 30 minutes? Bob round the corner will rent you his.
  • Looking for a new book to read? Sarah nextdoor has all of her books listed on her Paperclip profile.
  • Run out of cinnamon and need a dash for that apple pie? That house across the street has some, even though you've never met them before.

This would get you what you want, when you want it, and for far cheaper, faster and more sustainable than buying new.  That's the future that Paperclip is working towards.

Over the course of this year, we'll be taking the necessary steps to transform the culture of consumption and provide a marketplace that truly serves the people. Stay posted!

If you wish to keep up to date with the latest news from Paperclip HQ, simply follow us on Twitter here.

Published by: Laurence in News, Perspective

February 18, 2022 - No Comments!

New arrivals: top five gaming items

Happy Friday from the team at Paperclip HQ!

Here's a quick rundown of some of the fabulous new additions to our 'Games & Consoles' category. As mentioned in our last blog post, we've seen a massive 500% increase in gaming items added to the Paperclip marketplace over the last 12 months.

More than ever before, the gaming community are choosing to buy, sell and swap their preloved items online. With over 100 consoles, games and accessories added to marketplace in the last week (many at a fraction of the RRP) we thought we'd take a look at the our most viewed, and most favorited, gaming items from the last 7 days...

SteelSeries Arctis 1 Gaming Headset

We're kicking things off with a brand new listing from Paperclip Powerseller @clarissahope. This SteelSeries Gaming Headset features the IGN award-winning Arctis signature soundscape. Compatible with both Xbox One and PC, this headset features a detachable ClearCast noise cancelling microphone for Discord-certified natural sounding clarity. The adjustable headband is reinforced with real steel for a perfect fit and lasting durability.

This item comes used, but in great condition with all the original packaging and accessories. Listed at 50% of the RRP, this item really is a 'steal'!

Sega Mega Drive II

For gamers of a certain age, nothing will excite them more than the prospect unboxing a Sega Mega Drive for the second time. This seminal console was a real gamechanger when it was first released over 30 years ago. This item, from Paperclip user: @techtime, also includes all of the original control pads, cable and packaging. This listing includes two classic Sega games; 'Golden Axe' and the iconic "Streets of Rage".

For under £70, you can have all this delivered straight to your door!

PowerA Fusion Pro 2 controller

Listed on Tuesday by Paperclip seller @sjnewton1, this ergonomic wired controller, compatible with Xbox One/S-Series puts premium materials and pro-level gaming features at your fingertips. With a mappable Pro Pack containing customizable paddles and three-way trigger locks, this is a great option for seasoned gamers.

Featuring swappable faceplates and thumbsticks, dual rumble motors and magnetic impulse triggers, this really is one for the pros.

Simpsons Hit and Run

We couldn't quite believe it when we saw that this early 2000s classic appear on our marketplace. A firm favourite with Simpsons lovers and retro gamers, this item from @jamie_b has already been favorited over 20 times since it was added earlier this morning!

OK, so maybe the graphics don't stack up with new releases, but this Sierra Best Seller is a thoroughly enjoyable ride nonetheless. You pick up this little slice of nostalgia for less than a tenner!

Razer Naga Trinity Gaming Mouse

Just added this morning by @cw3stern, this MOBA/MMO Gaming Mouse really is something special. Optimized for precision and speed - you'll never miss a clock. The mouse features four interchangeable side plates with different button configurations.

With advanced 5G optical sensor and 19 programmable buttons, it's no wonder that the Razer Naga the award-winning industry leader. With over 30% off the RRP, it won't be here for long.

With new games, consoles and accessories added every single day, be sure to check back to our Games & Consoles section regularly.

Keep up with the latest news from Paperclip HQ. Follow us on Twitter.

Published by: Laurence in News, Trades

February 8, 2022 - No Comments!

Paperclip Levels-up!

With so many of us stuck at home over the last couple of years, it's no surprise that the video games industry has enjoyed a period of enormous growth. Since the end of 2019, an extra 3 million Brits have made their first foray into the world of gaming. In fact, the UK is now the leading video games market in Europe and the fifth largest worldwide! With video games becoming an increasingly popular pastime among players of all ages, the gaming industry is now the UK’s most lucrative, and fastest-growing, in the entertainment sector.

Here at Paperclip, we've seen a 500% increase in items added to our 'Games & Consoles' category in the last 12 months alone. Not only that, but we've witnessed a huge growth in new users opting to join our gamer's trading groups as well a spike in those requesting specific gaming items.

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Some new editions to our 'Games & Consoles' category

With that in mind, we've decided to make some tweaks to our marketplace to help cater for the 36 million gamers in the UK - and the 1.4 billion worldwide...

Updates incoming!

The marketplace will focus on enabling our users to buy and sell gaming laptops, consoles, computers, components and accessories quickly and securely with our trusted trading community.

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A sneak peak of our new-look gamer's platform

Our unique social inventory feature is positioned well as it mirrors the kind of inventory that a gamer would have in-game: we're bringing the in-game efficiency of resources to the real world!

We will be implementing changes to the way you add items and manage your listings - making it even quicker and easier to buy and sell your gaming essentials.

Also, our groups feature allows us to cater for the sub-communities and niches that world of gaming has to offer. Here users can interact with others in the Paperclip community with similar interests as well as giving users to option to buy, sell, swap and request items. We will be adding new gaming groups over the next few weeks and implementing a rewards system those users who start, and grow, their own communities on the platform.

More to come...

Over the next month we will be giving you more tips on how to maximise your chances of selling your stuff, more exclusive deals from our partners and more opportunities to win fabulous prizes. Stay tuned to our blog for what promises to be an exciting 2022.

Oh, and there's a special treat for gaming marketplace users is being discussed but it's secret for now...

Want to keep up to date with latest news from Paperclip HQ? Follow us on Twitter here.

Published by: Laurence in News, Perspective

January 4, 2022 - No Comments!

Paperclip Year in Review: 2021

The team at Paperclip HQ would like to wish a very happy new year to all of our trading community!

2021 was another difficult year for us all, however, we are pleased to report that it was by far our most successful. Even with so many changes to our platform we still managed to hit a record number of marketplace transactions and items added, all whilst welcoming thousands of new users to the Paperclip community. Here's a whistle-stop tour of what we achieved in 2021 as well as a sneak peak of what to expect in the coming months...

Our 2021...

Transactions: on the platform are up a whopping 1,186% since January! With the majority of those listing an item making a sale within the first two weeks. It has never been a better time to sell your items on Paperclip...

Items added: we've never had so many items added as this year, with the number of items being added up over 586% since the beginning of 2021! Our most popular categories being women's fashion, baby & child and electronics.

Powerseller Programme: since launching our Paperclip Powerseller rewards programme earlier this year, we have since onboarded over 200 new sellers with 50 items or more. Head to our Instagram and check out some of the fantastic sellers we have championed throughout 2021.

Charity partnerships: over the course of the year, we partnered with a number of charities in order to help them sell donated items online, showcasing their items to our 200,000+ strong community of users on, rather than just the regular footfall from their High Street locations. It's been a real pleasure to help YMCA, Sustainable Wales and Craft For Charity develop their online presence and generate revenue for such fantastic causes.

Sustainable Wales' new Paperclip store

Features: online payments were released early this year, which enabled us to also implement Paperclip Credit; a way of giving back to our community via discount codes for credit, which can be redeemed and spent on the marketplace.

Our iOS and Android apps were updated considerably, with greater user experience all round. It's not easy managing 600 screens across iOS, Android and Web with development team of 4, and so we had to manage resources carefully, focusing on user-benefiting tweaks.

Parent's Pack: the last few months have been particularly challenging for parents, especially those having to home school their children throughout the pandemic. With this in mind, the team decided to release a pack of deals, discounts and giveaways for parents, totally free of charge! The pack features offers from Clarks, Ocado, Amazon and more. You can grab yours for free here...

What to look out for in 2022...

One-tap relisting: when you buy something on Paperclip, that item will soon move into your Paperclip profile, ready to be relisted for sale at the touch of a button once you're done with it!

Delivery: once we integrate a delivery provider, you'll be able to have your items collected and delivered to buyers without having to go to the post office!

A lick of paint: our Trade Centre and feed are being overhauled for a much crisper browsing and transacting experience, following some extensive feedback from our Powersellers.

Powerseller rewards: after successful trials, we'll take the Powerseller programme to the next level, with new rewards, badges for top sellers and new features on our social channels.

More, more, more: we'll onboard more communities than ever before, meaning a sharp rise in a the amount of items and transactions on the platform as we look to run ads

...Spoiler Alert! We're also working on a number of other features that will benefit our community, but for now it's best we keep them under the hood... everyone loves a surprise.

Stay tuned to our blog for more exciting developments throughout the year and be sure to follow us on LinkedIn here.

Published by: Laurence in News, Perspective

December 8, 2021 - No Comments!

How to claim your £3 Paperclip credit

First off, here's a massive thank you for signing up to our Parenting deals, discounts and freebies pack.

We all know that 2021 has been a difficult year for everyone, but it has been especially challenging for the parents of young children. That's why we've decided to offer our users, new and old, a selection of great discounts from some of the best known names in kid's fashion, toys, baby-care products, (plus a few juicy deals for you too) all completely free!

We're also giving everyone who has signed up a free £3 credit to spend on any item from the 'Baby & Child' category on the Paperclip marketplace. It's super easy to load up your credit and get started...

How to access your credit...

1.) You can access Paperclip on the web or download the app here!

2.) Create a free account (it only takes 30 seconds)

3.) Head to 'Profile' or your icon bottom right corner if you're using the app

4.) Head to 'Balance'

5.) Enter code: PWP3 and press 'Redeem code'

That's it! You're all set!

Now search for anything from the Baby & Child category, select 'Buy Now' and you will have the option to use your credit on the final stage of checkout.

If you run into any problems, just drop us a message at: hello@paperclip.co and someone will be on hand to help!

Remember to head back to Parent's Pack regularly as we will be adding more deals, discounts and freebies throughout December and into the new year!

Keep up with the latest from Paperclip HQ and follow us on Instagram here.

Published by: Laurence in Digital Welcome Pack, News

September 3, 2021 - Comments Off on A marketplace solution for the YMCA

A marketplace solution for the YMCA

Back in early June, we launched the Paperclip Sustainability Initiative. Since then we been working with some great charities across the UK to raise awareness of overconsumption and waste, whilst generating revenue for their retail operations.

Last month, we told you about our new partnership with Porthcawl-based charity Sustainable Wales. Here we used excess donations of clothing and bric-a-brac to create an online store on the Paperclip marketplace. Over the last few weeks, the store has continued to grow, with more items being added and more users grabbing a bargain to support the charity.

Partnering with the YMCA

Since then, we have been developing a new and very special partnership with worldwide youth organization, the YMCA.

Founded back in 1844 by Sir George Williams in London (originally as the Young Men's Christian Association) the organization has focused on delivering projects and services focused on youth development through a wide variety of activities. These include; providing housing, sports facilities, holding classes for a wide variety of skills and promoting humanitarian work in the community. All in all, a great organization to be working with during these difficult times.

Back in the Spring, our team began discussing a pilot scheme with the Roath branch of the YMCA. Similar to our ongoing project with Sustainable Wales, this scheme would focus on reducing waste and generation revenue from their retail premises.

Our plan was to help their retail stores sell second-hand items which have not found a new home since they were donated months ago. Here our team would create an online shop for the Cardiff YMCA, would take photos of their stock and list these items on the Paperclip marketplace. This showcases the items to our 200,000+ strong community of users online, rather than just those living in the local area.

We began listing the donated items a few weeks ago, and since then, items both big and small have been bought by Paperclip users from all over the United Kingdom!

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The new YMCA Paperclip store

The YMCA Paperclip store now boasts gorgeous pre-loved items from Abercrombie & Fitch, Adidas, Hollister and more, all for a fraction of the price you'd pay first hand. Fresh items are added regularly by our team and we are hoping to onboard further retail sites in the coming months.

Talking about the new scheme, Paperclip Marketing Manager Justin said, "It's great to be working closely with the YMCA in Cardiff. The team here are aware of the valuable work the YMCA do both here and abroad, so we are delighted to help out in any way we can. It's been really satisfying to see so many sales come through in such a short period of time too! The potential for future revenue from taking these charities online is enormous and we are really excited to be leading the charge."

We will be announcing more exciting new projects as our Sustainability Initiative develops over the next few weeks, so stay tuned to the Paperclip blog.

Whilst you're here, consider giving us a follow on our Instagram page for the latest news, hot new items and great giveaways.

Published by: Laurence in News

August 11, 2021 - No Comments!

Paperclip partner with Sustainable Wales

Some exciting news from Paperclip HQ...

In our last blog post we promised you that we'd be releasing further details about our new sustainability initiative throughout the summer months. Today, we are delighted to be able to announce the first of our charity partnerships. From August onwards, Paperclip will be providing an online selling platform for environmental charity, Sustainable Wales.

Sustainable Wales are based in Porthcawl on the south Wales coast. Established in 1997, the charity have instigated countless community-based environmental projects and activities, as well as offering support, training and facilitating events; providing mentoring and volunteer experiences. The team also work closely with community groups and networks across Wales.

The charity was founded by environmentalist and activist Margaret Minhinnick and writer Robert Minhinnick with the mission "to seek a low carbon and resource efficient future, to promote the protection of biodiversity and enhanced environmental security, and to value our culture, social progress and community well-being."

For the last 15 years, Sustainable Wales has also project-support the high street ethical community cooperative SUSSED Wales, in Porthcawl. The shop specialises in people and planet-friendly products; specifically, Fairtrade, environmentally-friendly, plastic free and local goods. Not only this, but the charity has also developed The Green Room, an independent venue and small cultural centre, scheduling a series of events, performance, talks and debates.

Partnering with Paperclip

To kick off our sustainability initiative, we decided to reach out to some local charities to help them raise awareness and increase revenue from online sales of their donated stock.

After some initial discussions earlier in the summer, we decided to trial an online shop for goods donated to Sustainable Wales. This would give the charity an opportunity to increase their reach, providing them a platform to showcase their products online, not just in their high street unit.

The Sustainable Wales Paperclip store

Within a couple of days of launching on Paperclip, significant interest had been generated within our userbase and the charity was making sales on the platform. The store now boasts a great selection of womenswear, menswear and entertainment items for sale with new items being added every week.

Speaking about the new project Director Margaret Minhinnick said, "We are very grateful to Paperclip for supporting our work. This type of partnership development is also welcome especially on a day when it has been announced that the planet is on ‘red-alert’ because of climate change.”

Paperclip CMO Laurence Denison added, "The Paperclip team are thrilled to be working alongside Sustainable Wales. The charity runs some really important projects in the community, and we are delighted to be helping them generate some extra revenue from our marketplace. We look forward to working together on more exciting initiatives over the coming months."

You can check out their Paperclip store here or get involved with any upcoming Sustainable Wales projects here.

Interested in setting up an online store for your charity? Get in touch at: hello@paperclip.co.


Published by: Laurence in News

July 26, 2021 - No Comments!

The problem with fast fashion…

With the rise of social media and the availability of cheap clothing produced overseas, it has never been more tempting to buy a brand new outfit for every night out.

This has led to the fashion industry now manufacturing 400% more items than it was just 20 years ago. The reality is, most of these items are cheap, poor-quality, disposable items of clothing.

Right now in UK, more than two tonnes of clothing are bought each minute and according to clothes waste charity TRIAD (2019) and the average garment is worn just ten times before it is thrown away.

So where do all these clothes end up?

Sadly, a great deal of these items end up in landfill. Though the majority are sent to be recycled, not much of it is. The problem comes down to what our clothes are made from.

Nowadays, clothes are made up of a combination of fibres, fixtures and other accessories. These are often made-up of problematic blends of yarns, plastics, filaments and metals. This makes recycling a slow, labour-intensive process that requires a skilled workforce and an enormous amount of space.

Second-hand garments are often sent to local charity shops. But many complain of being swamped with donations, many of which are poor-quality fast fashion items that are heavily degraded even after just a few wares. Sorting through these becomes a near-impossible task and garments often end up being passed around between charity shops, further degrading and becoming less and less desirable over time.

The final destination

So where next? Well these remaining unsold garments are then sent, in bulk, for resale abroad in the form of 'charitable donations'.

Countries in central and Sub-Saharan Africa is often the recipient of these donations. An astonishing 63.4 million kg of old clothes from the UK were sent to be sold in Ghana alone last year. Amazingly, that figure has doubled in a decade.

With instability and corruption so prevalent in many of these countries, often these garments are dumped illegally or left floating in the sea rather than finding a new home. Factor in the carbon footprint of sending these clothes half-way around the world, and it's clear that we are heading for trouble.

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Illegal clothes dumping in Africa

Not only is this is becoming an environmental catastrophe, but for many African nations, it is becoming an economic one as well. Second-hand clothing is one factor in the near-collapse of the garment industry in sub-Saharan Africa. In the past, many of these nations were home to vibrant textile industries but with second-hand western garments flooding the market, these are facing irrespirable damage.

So what can I do to help?

The first thing we can all do is to buy fewer items first-hand. By supporting your local charity shop you help to slow the demand for cheap, disposable clothing. Not only this, but you can help with the oversupply of donations whilst generating revenue for good causes.

If an item of clothing has a small tear, a missing button or just needs a little TLC, there's usually a way to save it. There are loads of great resources online to help you mend your clothes at home. Sites like Love Your Clothes offer free video tutorials on how to breathe life into your old garms.

You can try find your clothes a new home online should you want but if you do feel like recycling your clothes is the only option, just make sure that items are clean and fabrics are separated as best you can.

And what about Paperclip?

Not only does Paperclip provide a secure online marketplace to sell your second-hand clothes, but we have decided to launch our own sustainability initiative.

We have decided to partner with a number of charities to help find new homes for the unsold donations. Our plan helps these charities to extend the reach of their retail stores exponentially. Quite often items sit unsold in these shops for years before they are moved on or are sent to be destroyed or recycled. These partnerships will help showcase these items to thousands of buyers online, giving these clothes a much greater chance of finding their new home.

We will be releasing more information on this initiative, and announcing our first partnership over next few weeks, so keep tuned to our social channels.

You can get all the latest updates from Paperclip HQ on our Facebook page here, or you can follow us on Instagram here.

Published by: Laurence in News, Perspective

January 12, 2021 - No Comments!

Paperclip’s Fitness Fortnight

Good morning and happy new year from the team at Paperclip HQ!

We hope you enjoyed your break (if you were fortunate enough to have one) and that you are joining us in looking forward to what promises to be a brighter year.

First off, we'd like to give a huge thanks to all users and to everyone who entered our end of year competition.

For those who missed it, last month, we ran a very special giveaway to reward one lucky Paperclip user with the ultimate 'must-have' festive gift. On offer this year was the brand new Sony PlayStation 5...

At the start of Christmas week, the Paperclip marketing team were given the job of selecting a winner at random. It was Tracey from Edinburgh's lucky day as she took home the console for her two young boys, just in time for the big day. Our runner-up prizes (two £50 Amazon vouchers) were scooped by new users Brooke and Samantha. We hope you put them to good use!

Welcome to Fitness Fortnight

This January really does bring a new meaning to 'fresh year, fresh start'. With so many of us wanting to start 2021 on the right foot, staying healthy and atoning for our sins over the holidays, Paperclip is here give you a helping hand!

No-fees fitness

In any normal January, gyms up and down the country would be heaving. Sadly, our hangover from 2020 has meant that, for now, we're having to sweat it out at home instead...

To help you get moving, we're removing all fees from everything in our Sports & Outdoors category. That means whatever health, fitness or sporting good you purchase from our marketplace, you'll get all of your fees sent back to your Paperclip wallet within 72 hours!

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There's no limit on fee refunds. The more you buy, the more you save!

Win a home gym set-up!

But we're not stopping there. We're giving one lucky user the chance to win everything they need to turbo charge their workout at home!

The team at HQ have shortlisted 10 must-have pieces of home gym equipment, no matter what your fitness goal...

In this year's home gym bundle, we have:

  • Adjustable weight kettlebell
  • Power grippers
  • Resistance bands
  • Any size skipping rope
  • Push-up bars

  • Portable dumbbell set
  • Ab roller
  • Yoga mat
  • Protein shaker
  • Bluetooth mini speaker

Every item above will be delivered, free of charge to our lucky winner's doorstep later this month.

All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning is:

1.) Like our competition post and give us a follow on either Facebook or Instagram.

2.) Create a free Paperclip account (if you haven't already).

3.) Sit back and cross your fingers...

You can also share our post and tag your friends to get an extra bonus entry into our draw!

Just make sure that you're signed up to Paperclip by 11:30pm on Sunday 24th January 2021.

The winner will be announced at 3:00pm on Monday 25th January 2021 on our socials.

See below for full terms and conditions...

Terms and conditions
  • This competition is not endorsed by Instagram, Facebook or any other social media platform.
  • This competition is promoted by Paperclip App Ltd (Promoter).
  • Competition entry is only open to residents of the United Kingdom aged 18 years or older. No purchase necessary.
  • Prize is supplied by Paperclip. Delivery to be arranged by the Promoter.
  • The Promoter will not be responsible for lost or late competition entries.
  • The deadline for entries is 11:30pm on Sunday 24th January 2021. This may be extended due to unforeseen circumstances.
  • The winner will be chosen at random and will be notified via email or social media.
  • If the Promoter cannot: (a) contact the winner (via the details provided at the date of entry) within 5 working days or (b) the winner does not return details of its postal address to the Promoter within 14 days of notification that they have won the Prize, the Promoter reserves the right to re-draw a new winner until a winner on these terms is found.
  • If you have any questions, you can get in touch by sending the Paperclip team an email at: hello@paperclip.co
  • The competition is free to enter.
  • Good luck!





Published by: Laurence in News

January 5, 2021 - No Comments!

Looking back on 2020: Year in Review

Most of us want to leave 2020 firmly in the rear view mirror. Rather than hitting you with a full Year in Review blog post, we'll give you brief rundown of what we got up to in the weirdest year in recent memory...

The Paperclip community
  • We managed to grow our userbase 2.5x, from 100,000 to 250,000 users!
  • Our university presence grew 4x from 42 to 168 universities.
  • 2020 saw a record number of transactions across our public, student and enterprise marketplaces.
  • Our Digital Welcome Pack for university freshers and returning students was launched. Here worked huge brands such as Wilko, tastecard, Amazon Prime, Perlego and Ola to provide real value to our student userbase.
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We launched our Digital Welcome Pack for students in Autumn 2020...
  • We gave away hundreds of freebies, shopping vouchers and even a brand new PlayStation 5 to our beloved trading community!
Marketplace upgrades
  • Payments was released, enabling our users to buy and sell securely with online payments, the next step in our plan to add delivery and rental services...
From September 2020, our users could purchase items using their credit/debit card!
  • Our homepage got a makeover and made upgrades to our buying, selling and messaging user experience.
  • We consolidated all of our university marketplaces onto a single marketplace, enabling students from any university to buy and sell with students at any other university and the wider public
Behind the scenes
  • We we're listed as number 34 in BusinessCloud's top 100 eCommerce Trailblazers.
  • We brought onboard some key advisory talent and investors with a successful investment round.
  • And finally, Keith Parkman (COO) and Millie Bowie (Designer) joined us full time, providing fantastic marketing, design and commercial sales talent and experience with them...

Despite some real progress in a number of areas, rest assured that we're just as keen to see the back of 2020 as you are.

Thanks for checking out our Year in Review and here's to a happy and healthy 2021!

Keep up with the latest news from Paperclip HQ, follow us on Twitter here.

Published by: Laurence in News, Perspective