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Wi-Fi Securities Limited is a cyber security company that aims to revolutionise the security of public access Wi-Fi. To realise this vision, the company is developing a unique patent-protected system called SpriteGuard™ which will protect you and your data from hackers by stopping you connecting to fake hotspots. The system is targeted towards the $550 bn worldwide hospitality industry and has the ability to expand to other large global markets like city-wide free Wi-Fi, airports and coffee shops. Moreover, Wi-Fi Securities Limited has a highly experienced Wi-Fi Securities management board that has a track record of delivering multi-million-pound projects from concept to successful commercial deployment.

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pledged: 67% days to go: Extended investment: £1,014,708
Medic Bleep is a simple, secure and innovative patient-focused solution to communication challenges that healthcare professionals and the wider team in the UK National Health Service (NHS) face while going about their everyday work. It is saving each nurse & each junior doctor an estimated 48 minutes per shift. This coincides with the UK's Department of Health calling for a ban on pagers. If implemented across the NHS, it could free up the time to care for an estimated 11,000 nurses. To ensure data privacy and safety, the company allows communication to occur via the app. As a result of these safeguards and its user-friendly portal, the company's app has been downloaded 16,000 times by UK doctors and nurses. With the funds raised, the company will aim to solve looming technology gaps for over 30% of the NHS in the next 3 years and expand globally.

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pledged: 162% days to go: Expired investment: £814,600
Buy me once (BMO) researches and sells long-lasting products, providing value for money for customers and a way for brands to compete on quality while also tackling climate change driven by overconsumption and waste. It claims that conventional appliances break at twice the rate of 2004, with the UK dumping 22 million furniture items with more than half of it being fast fashion. BMO aspires to change this and dominate the £100 billion sustainable consumerism market. The company raised £780,000 with Crowdcube, private investors and Green Angel Syndicate in 2019-2020. It claims to have grossed £680,000 for its 2020-2021 year sales with a 332% YoY growth. BMO has 38,000 email subscribers with a social media presence of 67,000 followers. The company states it will use the investment to accelerate its marketing activities, develop its website and expand its product range.
pledged: 219% days to go: Expired investment: £1,095,490
Sudor is a purpose-built platform for fitness professionals and their clients. The company claims to provide the technology and tools to empower fitness professionals as they build their digital business. Its core vision is to disrupt YouTube's fitness section that isn't purpose-built for fitness, doesn’t support challenges, track progress, or allows for 1:1 classes etc. Sudor asserts that its platform is different. It allows trainers to earn from their first subscriber. Trainers can also upload on-demand videos, stream live classes or create challenges for their subscribers. Sudor stresses that this gives its business ultimate scalability. It aspires to dominate the digital fitness industry in the US that is set to be worth $15 billion by 2026. The company has raised £465,000 to date, won the NOAH London Startup of the Year, and signed over 200 trainers. The portal hosts over 20,000 users and has paid out over £160,000 to trainers. The company states it will use the investment to scale Sudor worldwide.
pledged: 91% days to go: Expired investment: £274,488
ioLight makes microscopes that fit in a user's pocket or inside laboratory incubators and display high-resolution images of cells on any mobile phone. The company claims that climate change is driving scientists to the most remote places on earth to look at its impact on the smallest, most fragile organisms. It also stresses that pandemics are driving bioresearch, which relies on monitoring cell growth in incubators. ioLight argues that its products address the aforementioned objectives. The company has sold 400 units to date and aspires to dominate the global microscope market that is worth $9.5 billion and growing at 7.9%. The company has raised £815,000 in equity funding since its launch in 2014 and has featured in two National Geographic videos on Mount Everest and in the BBC Royal Institution Christmas Lectures. It states it will use the investment to accelerate its company revenue and win new opportunities to expand its business.
pledged: 129% days to go: Expired investment: £259,586
Rype Office (RO) remanufactures high quality used office furniture to as-new condition ones. It argues that 30% of the greenhouse gases created by a commercial building over its lifetime are from furniture and every year in the UK around 75,000 tonnes of office furniture goes to a landfill. RO claims that its products have reduced an estimated 1 million kgCO2e carbon emissions. It further asserts that its business model provides it higher margins than new furniture sales. The company also employs, on larger projects, local long-term unemployed team members with disabilities or a homeless background. RO has acquired clients such as JLL, British Land and the NHS, worked on more than 200 projects and was named in the 'Top 10 European B2B startups to watch in the circular economy category. It aspires to dominate the £1.44 billion per annum UK furniture market. RO states it will use the investment to prepare for expansion into Europe as legislation enforces lower carbon solutions.
pledged: 110% days to go: Expired investment: £553,465
Loopster is a D2C platform that aspires to make selling and shopping for secondhand clothes an easy and sustainable lifestyle process. It argues that fashion is one of the most polluting industries on the planet projected to use one-fourth of the world's carbon budget by 2050. It argues that secondhand shopping offers a way out of this crisis. The company aspires to dominate the secondhand fashion industry projected to be worth $64 billion by 2024. Loopster has processed over 4000 garments and sold over 1900 in June 2021 earning revenue worth £122,000 as of May 2021. It allows sellers to order a Loopster Clear-Out Bag, send in discarded clothes, and the company does the rest, paying them for everything it accepts. For shoppers, Loopster offers hand-checked quality clothes at a quarter or less of high street prices. Loopster has featured in press entities such as The Sun, The Guardian, The Telegraph and Drapers Magazine. It has over 23,000 social media followers and 15,000 newsletter subscribers. Loopster states it will use the investment to continue scaling and building out a service for brands, hire a marketing manager and further optimise its processing technology to scale rapidly.
pledged: 78% days to go: Expired investment: £393,149
FloatWind manufactures mass-produced floating offshore wind turbines. It seeks to disrupt the £20 billion offshore wind energy market. The company argues that conventional offshore wind farms, installed at sea, use expensive and slow installation methods that are also dangerous to the marine environment. It further stresses that the high cost of installation is often borne by the consumer. FloatWind asserts that its business model is different. The company claims to build its products on land and then floats its ready-to-float turbines out to sea. The company points out that this reduces environmental damage, substantially reduces costs, and makes offshore wind energy cheaper. FloatWind was selected for a 6-month UK Innovate Edge business mentoring programme and appeared for SetSquared Business Mentoring Seminar in May 2021. The company has 3,000+ followers on LinkedIn. FloatWind states it will use the investment for product development, expanding its team, IP protection, promoting marketing and PR, and boosting its manufacturing capabilities.
pledged: 124% days to go: Expired investment: £311,497
Occuity seeks to develop revolutionary non-invasive screening and monitoring devices for chronic diseases like diabetes and Alzheimer's. It argues that its device safely shines a low power beam of light into the eye and then collects and analyses the return signal to accurately measure structures within the eye and detect changes associated with the onset of the aforementioned diseases. Occuity is targeting three distinct markets, namely Ophthalmology, Disease Screening and Disease Monitoring, which is worth an estimated $35 billion per year. It claims that its 'Occuity Indigo' product enables earlier detection of diabetes and provides a non-contacting, pain-free glucose monitor. Occuity was awarded over £1.5 million as part of the Innovate UK grant for the development of technology within Occuity Indigo. It has also signed a partnership with one of the UK's leading ophthalmic distributors, Birmingham Optical, to distribute its PM1 pachymeter device. It states it will use 42% of the investment towards Research and Development (R&D), 23% towards sales and marketing, 20% towards management and finance, 9% towards managing CAPEX and NRE, and 6% towards paying fees.
pledged: 158% days to go: Expired investment: £2,854,857
GRNDHOUSE is a fitness company specialising in the strength training vertical. The company hosts live strength training classes with metrics delivered to its community-centric app. The app allows users access to a weekly structure of low- and high-impact classes that focus on each body part to ultimately condition the entire body throughout the week. Users can even post their results on their user feed to champion and inspire each other, win badges and awards for their progress and gather their health data over time to see their improvements. GRNDHOUSE argues that it has acquired 1500 paying members to date via organic marketing on its portal. The company has also earned revenue worth £266,000 since its launch and featured in the Telegraph, Cosmopolitan, Business Insider and others. It states it will use 30% of the investment to develop its film studio and equipment, 45% towards paying salaries of its technology, marketing, sales, and instructor teams, 20% towards marketing, and 5% towards hardware stock.
pledged: 177% days to go: Expired investment: £1,453,651
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