eve Sleep announces admission to AIM

Startups 100 top 10 company started trading today at 8am under the ticker "EVE"

After announcing its IPO earlier this week, Startups 100 top 10 e-commerce mattress company eve Sleep has today been admitted to the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) of the London Stock Exchange.

With 138,349,644 ordinary shares in issue upon admission, the company began trading at 8am today under the ticker “EVE”. Its primary raise for its IPO was £35m.

eve is on a mission to become “Europe’s leading sleep brand”, with its sights set on the estimated £26bn European mattress, bedroom and bath opportunity.

The Startups Awards-nominated company was launched in 2015 by Young Guns Jas Bagniewski, Felix Lobkowicz and James Fryer, and Kuba Wieczorek. It sells a range of memory foam mattresses, alongside pillows, sheets and duvets.

eve is facing off competition from the likes of SIMBA, Luku and US rival Casper in the increasingly competitive e-commerce mattress space.


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