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VR Education

  • BY: Andrew Hore |
  • POSTED: 19/01/2020 |

VR Education did not grow its revenues as much as expected in 2019. 

The virtual reality technology company increased revenues by 42% to Euro1.02m. The loss was slightly lower than in 2018. The delayed launch of mobile headsets hampered progress. This should not be a problem anymore. There was €1.29m in cash at the end of 2019 and that should last another six months.

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