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SEIS Crowdfunding Opportunities in Manufacturing and Retail

Electric Assisted Vehicles Limited or EAV is a new generation vehicle design and manufacturing company providing a world-class solution. In August, the company has been revealed at the UK EV summit in Oxford. DPD is the technical partner of EAV and it has issued Letter of Intent for 50 more EAVans. With the proceeds, the company will expand into the international market, develop the product and will set its business lease plans.
investment: £162,315 target: £100,000 pre-money valuation: £5,000,000
status: Extended 23 days
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162% of Funding Target Achieved
The Mighty Society produces a tasty, smooth and rich non-dairy substitute to milk which is made from yellow split-peas. The company is in partnership with the UK's biggest dairy substitute manufacturers, and it has sold over 66,000 units. The pea milk has been launched in 2,000 different stocking points across the UK including Sainsbury's, Marks & Spencers, Whole Foods Market and other retailers. The Mighty Society will use the funds for production, R&D, sales and marketing.
investment: £372,332 target: £300,018 pre-money valuation: £4,000,500
status: Extended 9 days
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124% of Funding Target Achieved
A hardware designer and manufacturer specialising in innovative tools and equipment for yachts. Ark Marine have developed a solution for modern yachts to lift and launch dinghies with ease from a simple pushbutton operated system. According to the team's research, the product market could be potentially valued at over £600m. The company is a member of British Marine and has submitted patents for approval for developments in the future.
investment: £108,590 target: £500,000 pre-money valuation: £1,200,000
22% of Funding Target Achieved
Rachel JAMES is a luxury casual menswear label that featured in London’s men’s fashion week in January this year. The Creative Director, Rachel James is a British menswear designer and BA (Hons) graduate of Fashion Design from the University of Westminster. During her education she gained invaluable experience working within all areas of the fashion industry, from design to production, pattern cutting to print, PR to Sales at companies including Acne Studios, Todd Lynn and Christian Dior. However it could be argued her rise in the fashion ranks is owed to a rather fortuitous event during a graduate internship at an Australian fashion house. People who eventually go on to become huge successes often get a lucky break somewhere along the line. Rachel had hers in 2013 when she was interning at Australian fashion designer Josh Goot in Sydney. While working in the fashion label’s studio, the brand’s design co-ordinater unexpectedly went on leave, leaving Rachel to take charge of many of his duties as well as her own – leading a team of around 10 employees and overseeing both design and production of the collection at that time. She performed her impromptu role so impeccably well that she was instructed to lead a project to re-define and re-design the whole design process within the company – ultimately setting her on the path to understanding what it takes to become a fully-fledged menswear designer. Fast forward a few months to 2015 and Rachel’s passion for her work and hunger for recognition were two characteristics that helped her secure an invitation to show her new collection at men’s fashion week in London (LC:M) earlier this year. For a graduate designer this is unheard of; applicants typically have 4/5 seasons behind them before they are considered for any space at such a prestigious event. The exhibition proved a great success for showcasing, networking and publicising the brand: Rachel JAMES has since been invited to showcase again this season, has been featured in Italian Vogue and has had pieces requested to style British artists Calvin Harris, Tom Odell, Mark Ronson and Skepta. From the debut, the label’s PR team have been inundated with press requests and website traffic was given a huge boost. The company is now ready to start making sales with the online shop having just opened for business. The designer is offering a 25% equity for £50,000 investment. This is a brand that designs and produces creative, exciting, casual menswear, using luxurious fabrics and impeccable 100% British manufacturing. It is offering investors the chance to come onboard at an early stage.
investment: £8,050 target: £50,000 pre-money valuation: £150,000
16% of Funding Target Achieved
Hera London is an exclusive British clothing brand based in the fashion capital of England, London. GAZ from Geordie Shore, who has a following on social media of over 3 million, is our main brand ambassador. We have had orders from the UK, USA, Netherlands, Italy, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Australia and Belgium. We are currently getting over 10 orders per day, having only been launched 6 weeks.
investment: £282 target: £20,000 pre-money valuation: £112,979
1% of Funding Target Achieved
BB Boutique is a marketplace for high quality wedding suppliers that sell products or services ranging from bridal gowns to cakes to venue hire.
investment: £29,636 target: £80,000 pre-money valuation: £616,258
37% of Funding Target Achieved
Cheerfy allows businesses to exceed the expectations of every customer by knowing who they are and what they want the second they walk in the door. By using WiFi, hotels for example can get notifcations when VIP members arrive so they can speed up the check in process. 
investment: £227,370 target: £180,000 pre-money valuation: £1,870,114
126% of Funding Target Achieved
Eat Sleep Love is a baby boutique, providing an appointment-based service for new parents to get all the information and products needed to prepare for the arrival of their baby. The expert team will help expecting parents create and purchase from a list of chosen baby items and have them all delivered on a day convenient to you. 
investment: £77,416 target: £65,003 pre-money valuation: £446,832
119% of Funding Target Achieved
Thefullworks are an end to end E-commerce service, providing webshops, storage, and distribution. They aim to make online stores available for all size businesses by using a single, hassle-free platform which handles all online retail sales, from the sale to delivery. The system can work with countless integrations and easily syncs to many other systems.
investment: £148,510 target: £125,000 pre-money valuation: £631,201
119% of Funding Target Achieved
Péarlaí is a business that tracks customer experiences in shopping centres which in turn enables the centre managers to send specialist discounts, personalised messages to shoppers.  They also give landlords access to detailed demographic data. The investment will be used to further develop its product, drive sales and online marketing.
investment: £99,997 target: £149,999 pre-money valuation: £2,313,039
67% of Funding Target Achieved
A shoe company for those working in the service industry with the aim to make extremely comfortable footwear. Foot Ease have worked alongside industry experts with more than 15 years of experience to develop products that will be ready for distribution before the end of 2018. The business has collaborated with a footwear specialist manufacturer who may be a key investor in the future.
investment: £34,290 target: £120,000 pre-money valuation: £480,000
29% of Funding Target Achieved
A fishing gear developer helping fishers increase their catch rate whilst protecting marine life caused by current fishing practices. Fishtek has produced 4 products to function alongside existing fishing gear and is already in use by companies across 35 countries worldwide, with 4 more products currently in the development stage. Investment is sought to further develop, distribute and commercialise these new products.
investment: £900,000 target: £900,000
100% of Funding Target Achieved
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