The Ann Arbor, Mich., developer that has been struggling with a steady decline in sales and a decline in users for more than a year has finally managed to raise money from investors, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Ann Arbor is looking to raise $1.1 million through a crowdfund.
The development has had a number of setbacks over the last few months, including the closing of the shop in December and the shutdown of the company’s online store last month.
The Ann Arbor developer, Shopify, has a history of delays.
Last month, it closed its website, citing financial problems.
A few weeks ago, the developer announced it was closing its doors indefinitely, but later announced the news was false.
The company has also been on a bit of a downward spiral over the past year.
Last month, the Ann Arbor company announced that it was shuttering its online store due to financial problems and that the site would be closed in two weeks.
However, it has since reopened the site and is now accepting new users for the site.
The company also announced plans to close its doors, but it has also announced that the doors will be open for at least a week.
The closure of the site will result in the loss of nearly $250,000 in revenue, according the Wall St. Journal.