2019 was not a year in which celebrity-the company Tattoodo got its first black numbers on the bottom line.
the 23 million was the deficit, however, on, according to a new accounting.
the Company, which is an online tatoveringsfællesskab, where you can book to times all over the world, has now lost a total of 100 million kroner over the past five years.
Tattoodo, which among other things owned by the Hummel-billionaire Christian Stadil and the former football star Daniel Agger, has managed once again to grow in several areas. Among other things, has scored 650 percent more tattoo parlors, and on the social media you have a følgerskare of more than 20 million.
In the accounts call the management as also the outcome of 'acceptable', although it is still 'below expectations'.
The red numbers on the bottom line has not changed since 2012, when the two Danish entrepreneurs Mik Thobo-Carlsen and Johan Plenge founded the company together with the world-renowned american tattoo artist Ami James.
Therefore, there has also been a need for millions as kapitalindsprøjninger. Was last there in 2019 invested a larger amount of money in the company of venturefonden Seed Capital. Several well-known investors have also chosen to put their money in the venture in the past.
the Extra Leaf has unsuccessfully tried to get a comment from Tattoodo and several of the investors.
Celebrities in Tattodos owners
The former footballer owns between 10-15 percent of the company.
the Billionaire, who among other things is known from the 'Lion's den', has a stake of 5-10 percent.
Jan Bech Andersen
Brøndby IF-storaktionæren own 5-10 percent of the Tattodo.
the crown Prince's friend Peter Warnøe is also among the investors. His venture fund Nordic Eye thus owns 5 to 10 percent.
He was among the founders together with Johan Plenge and Mik Thobo-Carlsen. Ami James, is known from the popular Television program Miami Ink, that follows a tatoveringsbutik in Miami. He owns 5 to 10 percent.