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LONDON – The Seam, a UK-based product repair start-up, has secured £250,000 (US$334,000) in funding which will be used to scale its services. 

The company has a platform that convenes repair specialists and customers in the same way Uber connects drivers with the public. 

Layla Sargent, The Seam’s founder and chief executive, told Business Leader: “The Seam not only allows wearers to have a deeper connection with the clothes they own but also allows individuals to reduce their impact on fashion waste through maintaining their wardrobe – repairing, rather than discarding the items they own. This funding round will allow The Seam to grow and offer even more consumers its services across the UK.”

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