Blur Group has revealed the company now has a $350m project value to date after racking up 50,000 services providers, including PWC, KPMG, Deloitte, Oracle and Ogilvy, on its e-commerce platform.
The company, which bridges upstart or incumbent businesses looking for services online, has also just announced its new $17m four-year project to raise sponsorship and investment for an independent cycling team, who is planning to compete in the Tour de France and other signature events.
Philip Letts, CEO of Blurgroup.com, who created one of the world's first fledgling forms of internet currencies beenz.com following the birth of the internet, caught up with IBTimes UK to talk the company's set of milestone, CES 2015 and what he thinks about Bitcoin.
The company, which bridges upstart or incumbent businesses looking for services online, has also just announced its new $17m four-year project to raise sponsorship and investment for an independent cycling team, who is planning to compete in […]
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