Two small British businesses have received a financial boost from Andy Murray via crowdfunding.

The tennis star injected an undisclosed amount of cash in to the ‘Youtube of 3D printing’ MyMiniFactory and also subscription razor business Shavekit through online platform Seedrs.

London-based Shavekit has smashed its crowdfunding target of £150,000, with £204,150 already invested with xx days/weeks left before the funding period closes.

Earlier this year, the platform received a combined investment of £7.5million from high-profile manager Neil Woodford’s Patient Capital Trust and venture capital firm Augmentum Capital.

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