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The News Archive for Tom Singh

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The News Archive for Tom Singh

Tom Singh

Entrepreneur, Founder of New Look

London, UK
9 Feb 2020 | The Sunday Times

New Look’s Tom Singh and Persimmon’s Roger Devlin back clothes rental app

The founder of fashion chain New Look …invested in a clothes rental app that aims to reduce waste. Tom Singh…and Roger Devlin are among the investors…

19 Jan 2020 | The Sunday Times

New Look founder Tom Singh backs Love the Sales website

New Look founder Tom Singh has invested in Love the Sales, an online marketplace for discounted clothes from the likes of John Lewis and Ted Baker.

7 Jun 2019

New Look founder Tom Singh steps down after half a century in fast fashion

New Look founder Tom Singh said this week that he was to retire, following the completion of the company’s latest financial restructuring... Tom Singh said: “I’m incredibly proud of all that we have achieved at New Look over the past 50 years. There have been many challenges, but I have been fortunate to work with inspiring and dedicated teams..."

3 Dec 2018

Floom – the global technology platform and marketplace for florists – raises £2m

The £2m investment comes from a venture capital-led funding round by firstminute capital with Henry Lane-Fox as the lead. Firstminute capital’s $100m seed fund is backed by 30 unicorn founders and global strategics. Additional investors include Tom Singh, the founder of New Look, Pembroke VCT, Wing Chan, CTO digital experiences of The Hut Group, and Carlos Morgado, former CTO of Just Eat, who also joins Floom’s board. 

23 Nov 2018 | BusinessCloud

'Skyscanner of venue discovery' gets £1m to expand

Online venue booking platform backed by New Look founder Tom Singh OBE raises £1 million to kickstart its international expansion…Singh added: "We're excited to continue to back the VenueScanner team. They've scaled a unique approach to innovating in the events market, with 18,000 spaces live across 15 UK cities…”

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