Ukrainian startup Cluise, which last year got $300 thous. of investment from the founder of Depositphotos, Dmitry Sergeev, stopped its operation. The message about this appeared on the official page of Cluise in the social network Facebook.
Cluise virtual wardrobe stopped working
“Our team had to make such a difficult decision due to the impossibility to finance, develop and support our product,” – the statement of the company said.
According to the sources of Innovation House, further work on application required considerable investments with having not clearly understandable business model.
Cluise rendered the service of selecting a daily wardrobe, based on artificial intelligence algorithms. Users were offered to take pictures of their clothes and upload photos to mobile application Cluise. Then program analyzed this wardrobe and provided the best recommendations of how to match cloth. Moreover, user was offered to supplement this image with accessories from online stores cooperating with Cluise.
Social network feature was integrated into the application too, in which users posted ready-made images.
By the time the application was closed, it had about 300 thous. of users. Most of them – in the US and Europe. The most active audience was in Italy, France, Netherlands.
Such famous global-scale media outlets as Washington Post, Stylist.co.uk and TheStar used to write about Ukrainian startup.
Founder of Cluise Liudmyla Nebozhak continued to work with the team Depositphotos on new photobank’s project – Crello, This is Image viewer that will allow you to create templates and edit images online.
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