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Internet safety specialist SuperAwesome cuts losses, as sales double

Sunday 1 September 2019 | 21:01 CET | News
UK internet safety specialist SuperAwesome, which develops technology to help keep children safe online, saw its revenues double to GBP 21 million in the year to December 2018, as losses fell from GBP 6.5 million to GBP 4.7 million, reports The Telegraph.

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Companies: SuperAwesome
Countries: United Kingdom / World
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