Footwear start-up Hylo raises €2.9 million for low-CO2 vegan shoes


The U.K.-based brand Hylo Athletics, co-founded by ex-football professional Michael Doughty in 2020, has secured €2.9 million in a Series A funding round for its vegan-friendly sneakers that are made with natural rubber, cotton, algae and corn fiber. The company claims the “corn runners” have a 52 percent lower carbon ...

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