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Bookbarn International Group Ltd is one of the largest sellers of second-hand, pre-loved, and antiquarian books, selling both online and offline worldwide. They have a B2C and B2B business model, and 80% of the revenue is generated through online activity, while the remaining 20% comes from the shops, the cafe, and the wholesale business. The company sells books globally through 20 e-commerce portals, and their largest markets are in the UK and US, and over 40% of sales are exported. In the last 12 months, BBIG has sold 196,137 books online and a further 145,644 through BBIG’s two shops plus 45 pallets (roughly 1,000 books each) of wholesale books for the Books by the Yard operation. The investment amount will be deployed as expansion finance on software and systems development, marketing, sales, and profit growth through franchising and further aggregation.

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Celestial Labs is a drone display company that combines advanced technology with organic performance. The company's proprietary 'Skytheatre' display is a dynamic, safe and green alternative to carbon-intensive fireworks and represents a new frontier for the live event industry. Composed of a creative collective of award-winning filmmakers, musicians, developers, entrepreneurs, and storytellers, the company is constantly pushing the boundaries of drone display innovation, where technology meets imagination. The Human Support division of Celestial is a not-for-profit initiative that aims to lift the spirits of those who witness Celestial's displays whilst imparting crucial information. The company aims to enlist the support and guidance of city leadership partners, industrial conglomerates, and seek grant funding.
days to go: Stretch investment: Withheld
Carocell Bio is innovating by developing patented anti-inflammatory peptides delivered via nanoparticles to address severe inflammatory conditions such as atopic dermatitis. Their primary peptide, JEL0305, not only halts inflammation but also prevents its initiation, as evidenced by its effectiveness in reducing inflammation in human AD biopsies and burn tissue. With AD impacting a substantial population and costing $21 billion yearly for unsafe treatments, Carocell Bio's safer peptide remedy has the potential to avert AD recurrence. Additionally, their pioneering approach to skin-related inflammation involves topical peptide products that target mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK), a crucial element in inflammation. This breakthrough offers promise for managing and forestalling AD and mitigating skin aging.
days to go: Extended investment: Withheld
Doqit offers a solution for managing life admin tasks, helping you organize important information, set action dates, and receive timely reminders, ultimately streamlining tasks like insurance renewals and warranties to reduce unnecessary expenses and simplify your life. It provides secure storage and easy access for vital information, transitioning from chaos to simplicity.  Security is also a priority for Doqit. The platform ensures that your sensitive information is stored securely, giving you peace of mind knowing that you can access your important documents and data whenever you need them, all within a few clicks.
days to go: Extended investment: £87,500
GoPower offers comprehensive portable solar energy solutions, designed to save you money and reduce your environmental impact. Their user-friendly solar panels eliminate the need for complex installations, allowing easy setup anywhere. Their portable solar power stations, providing up to 1000w/1280WH at 240v, are perfect for various applications such as home offices, garden rooms, boats, events, and more. With multiple output sockets and versatile charging options including solar panels and mains electricity, GoPower provides a greener and cost-effective energy alternative.
days to go: Extended investment: £10,000
Morgan Goodwin is a UK-based company that pioneers the Combined Trading Platform (CTP) category, offering a comprehensive online platform for small businesses engaged in physical goods trading, along with specialized software development services, and a broad-spectrum business consultancy approach aimed at enhancing growth, efficiency, and technological advancement.
days to go: Stretch investment: £788,519
Optimise BP, the debut product by Optimise Health, introduces an innovative digital solution that offers secure and efficient semi-automated blood pressure management within primary care, focusing on hypertension. This advancement is projected to lead to substantial appointment savings in the range of millions.
days to go: TBC investment: £127,001
Plerith works with high growth start-ups and scaling companies to plan for and deliver growth. The company asserts that it helps companies promote their business to potential funders, through its network of angel and venture capital investors depending on the stage and sector of the said business. Plerith is partnering with Newable and Bristol Private Equity Club to deliver the fund in the South West London (SWL) area and identify and invest in the most exciting high growth companies in the region. Plerith argues that its deep knowledge of fundraising, sales, strategy, finance and technology would help SWL businesses flourish. Plerith aims to provide investors access to the highest quality local companies in the SWL region.
days to go: Stretch investment: Withheld
PULMOBIOMED is addressing the failings of current lung tests, which are expensive, infrequent, and invasive. Their so-called "clinically proven" solution claims to offer non-invasive liquid samples from deep within the lung, promising affordable tests for lung diseases. They assert that their product can empower clinicians to diagnose and treat conditions like lung cancer and infections, even though there's limited evidence to support these claims. With a few customers in the USA and Australia, and vague partnerships in the EU, PULMOBIOMED hopes to disrupt the asthma diagnostics market by introducing what they call a comprehensive diagnostic test for asthma, despite the skepticism around their capabilities.
days to go: Extended investment: £295,000
Rype addresses the dilemma of choosing between expensive or low-quality office furniture that contributes to carbon emissions and waste. By remanufacturing high-quality used office furniture, Rype offers cost-effective solutions with 80% lower carbon emissions and waste, while creating local jobs. Their mission is to significantly reduce office carbon emissions and costs through sustainable, circular economy practices, including exclusive furniture ranges made from waste materials. Rype's comprehensive services encompass furniture sourcing, remanufacturing, and employing marginalized individuals, contributing to a more environmentally friendly and socially responsible approach to office furnishings.
days to go: Extended investment: Withheld
Stroli – the shopping trolley reimagined for modern needs. The shopping trolley, often associated with a particular image, is an untapped category ready for innovation. The market is flooded with generic, budget-friendly options that lack charm, with the exception of Rolser, which is pricier and claims the green niche. Stroli steps in as the go-to brand, offering a unique approach, positioning, voice, and eco-friendly credentials. Say goodbye to sore hands and plastic bags – Stroli makes shopping a pleasure with its high-quality, stylish trolley bags designed to enhance your convenience and style
days to go: Extended investment: Withheld
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