Mitchell Harper’s latest startup venture PeopleSpark shuts down after three months and with $US1 million in seed funding1:50PM | Thursday, 28 January 2016 | Denham Sadler
The serial entrepreneur's latest startup venture has ceased operations after launching in November.
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