“We are actually involved in talks with pigu.lt, it is a very interesting project,” Laurs told BNS when asked about intentions to invest in the group.
He would not provide any details about the talks.
According to the data made available by the Center of Registers, Kokybės Kubas, a property company, owns 45.9 percent of shares in Pigu. Amazing Cili Invest, an investment company controlled by Lithuanian businessman Tadas Karosas, holds a 35.1-percent stake, Goda Karosaitė, 9 percent, and Dainius Liulys, the remaining 10 percent.
Pigu earlier said that the total turnover of its two online shops soared nearly twofold, year-on-year, to 72 million litas (EUR 20.87m), in January through November. The group targeted the turnover of 85 million litas in 2012.