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MOGU, 2nd prize at the Seedrocket Campus

Last May, MOGU experienced one of the most special moments of its career when it was recognised with the second prize at the 27th Seedrocket Entrepreneurship Campus. In an edition in which ten startups were invited to the round of finalists, MOGU managed, after a powerful presentation by our CEO, Sara Hernández, to win the second prize of this edition.

A few weeks have gone by since then, and we are still landing all the opportunities that this offers us to grow and continue improving as a company, but we didn't want to stop sharing it with you. Among the advantages associated with this award, we are especially excited to start working from the Google Campus offices, an incredible space set up so that entrepreneurs can support each other, and we are sure that these synergies will give rise to new projects and valuable ideas!

This recognition has a special meaning for MOGU, as it is an award granted by Seedrocket mentors and investors, recognised members of the startup world and great connoisseurs of the sector's trends: Albert Armengol, co-founder of Doctoralia; Rafa Garrido, co-founder of VitaminaK and Manager of The Valley Venture Capital; or Juanjo Montazo and Felipe Polo, experts in startup growth and scaling at a technical level.

We would like to thank all of them for their positive assessment of MOGU's proposal. The level of competition among the finalists was undoubtedly very high, which makes us even more grateful to the jury for this award for the work done by MOGU, which at the same time is a recognition of the future potential of our company, the only one in the travel tech field among those present.

And, of course, we would like to congratulate Tutrocito, the brand new winner of this edition of the Campus de Emprendedores. Congratulations!

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