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Crowdfunding Opportunities in Vehicles and Transport


Try EV is a platform that allows customers to discover, analyze, customize and explore with EVs before making a final buying decision. It encourages “electrify to buy” and intends to change the car purchasing process. The company has also collaborated with big brands such as BMW, Tesla, etc. Try Ev was an Exhibitor at London Motor Show 2019, it was shortlisted for “Greener Greenwich” at Greenwich Business Awards and it was an Elevator Pitch Business Awards finalists at London Motor Show 2018. The funds will be used to balance the growth, to bring key talent, to promote partnerships with major leasing companies and charging networks and to improve marketing and promotion efforts.
investment: £86,360 target: £150,000 pre-money valuation: £1,500,000

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58% of Funding Target Achieved
Pedal Me uses high-tech cargo bikes, trailers and trained riders to provide delivery & taxi services when needed. The company offers a solution that will out-perform motors in car-centric cities as bike-friendly measures like bike lanes are introduced. As of now, the company has 32 bikes and 45 staff in total. It has witnessed a strong MoM growth (19% on avg), and the EBITDA has reached to £16,823. The trips provided by Pedal Me has negligible carbon footprint in comparison with vans, taxis or electric vehicles. With the funds, the company will improve the technology, maintain speed with demand, develop the staff and balance the process.
investment: £306,120 target: £300,000 pre-money valuation: £3,750,000
status: Active 7 days
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Crowdcube

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102% of Funding Target Achieved
Swifty is an award-winning scooter brand that aims to encourage more people to use light electric and active transportation. The company has successfully exported its scooters to 46 countries, have celebrity customers and global collaborations, and received 5-star ratings on Trustpilot and Google. With the aim to offer the complete Swifty experience, the company is planning to launch the SwiftyAPP in future. The funds will be used for finalising the application, production of new scooters and for team expansion in sales, marketing, and technology.
investment: £210,255 target: £200,000 pre-money valuation: £4,525,000
status: Extended 19 days
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Platform:
Seedrs

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105% of Funding Target Achieved
Magway is a sustainable and reliable transport solution that aims to improve air quality and congestion. It is the winner of Innovate UK grant and has been recognised as a top 100 Global Startup. Magway is planning initial revenue opportunity from short routes around airports. Moreover, the company has an agreement in place with a leading engineering firm to plan implementation. It is a high-impact investment opportunity that plans to generate revenues by expanding internationally, transforming delivery around urban centres in the UK, and providing secure goods handling solutions for airports. With the proceeds, Magway aims to accelerate development, register further patents, and build the team.
investment: £394,490 target: £750,000 pre-money valuation: £22,500,000
status: Active 21 days
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Platform:
Crowdcube

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53% of Funding Target Achieved
Customers can receive free parking at an airport by simply allowing others to rent out their vehicles, instead of leaving their cars idle in the airport cark park. ForestCar aim to help reduce harmful vehicle emission and are a part of a reforestation programme whereby a share of their revenue is invested in restoring global rainforests.
investment: £210,000 target: £249,999 pre-money valuation: £1,852,602
84% of Funding Target Achieved
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investment: £673,054 target: £600,000 pre-money valuation: £1,716,602
112% of Funding Target Achieved
The Highland Motorcycle Company is the vision of a 'one stop, all needs catered for' focal point for the motorcycle community of the Scottish Highlands. We intend to establish ourselves as the local motorcycle destination.
investment: £61,550 target: £50,100 pre-money valuation: £475,057
123% of Funding Target Achieved
Autofret is an insurance risk platform that gives users the ability to access driver and vehicle information in real-time.
investment: £1,510 target: £72,000 pre-money valuation: £1,128,000
2% of Funding Target Achieved
Thingz is a storage company that operate 'by-the-box' storage. A set amount is charged per box and a time and location can be arranged for the company to come and drop off the boxes for you to pack and then also pick them back up. 
investment: £34,740 target: £125,000 pre-money valuation: £600,058
28% of Funding Target Achieved
Elm EV supply and install electrical vehicle charging equipment to the UK market. Elm EV have started to develop a new range of charging products and are looking to expand their reach to international markets.
investment: £12,420 target: £210,015 pre-money valuation: £2,249,177
6% of Funding Target Achieved
cab:app was deisgned to allow users to book and pay for a black cab via their mobile. The app connects passengers with black cabs all over the UK. Passengers receive a loyalty reward of cab:miles to be used on their journeys or to share with friends.
investment: £31,178 target: £200,002 pre-money valuation: £4,010,566
16% of Funding Target Achieved
Zenos Cars are a designer, manufacturer and retailer of sports cars. Zenos cars are designed to be thrilling, lightweight, high performance and affordable. Zenos have a management team with plenty of experience having previously worked at Caterham and Lotus Cars.
investment: £169,200 target: £750,000 pre-money valuation: £7,086,991
23% of Funding Target Achieved
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