young planet

YoungPlanet is an app that lets parents use unused children’s things with new families, away from landfills, for free.


At the forefront of the circular consumer economy in the UK, YoungPlanet specifically enlists parents as the household champions of the developing linear to circular transition – digitising and scaling the age-old practice of ‘hand-me-downs’.


It launched nationally in October 2021 to explosive results in communities across the UK and has had over 150,000 users to date, evidence that #ParentsGetIt.








  • Multiple “overfunded” investment rounds via Crowdcube.
  • Supportive and investment advisory team, including leadership from MMC, Autotrader, Cadbury, etc.
  • Optionality to create joint venture to combine close loop funding distribution via in
    app ‘coins’ (funded by corporates, etc.).

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