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Equity Crowdfunding Pitches

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Recap is a cryptocurrency portfolio tracking, analytics and tax reporting platform. The company claims that market participants engaging in cryptocurrency have to deal with complex issues such as tracking all of their transactions, valuing cryptocurrency transactions in their tax currency and understanding capital gains tax legislation laws. Recap aims to solve this issue by enabling said participants to calculate any tax they owe on their cryptocurrency trading activity in a matter of seconds on its portal. The company has plans to launch a mobile application enabling investors to track their portfolio on the move. It also intends to come up with a Business-to-business (B2B) offering which Recap asserts will enable crypto native companies to account for their cryptocurrency activity with automatic accounts reconciliation to accounting software like Xero and Quickbooks. The company’s exit strategy is a trade sale within 3-5 years to a cryptocurrency exchange or accounting software provider.

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pledged: 20% days to go: 8 investment: £60,000
Bippit is a wellbeing platform that provides employees with financial consultancy from a professional with zero cost to the employees themselves. The company asserts that COVID-19 has made financial consultancy services difficult to access for employees. Bippit aims to resolve this situation. It is available in mobile and desktop formats and integrates with an employees’ entire financial life through 'Open Banking'. Bippit argues that this helps staff members receive all the tools they need to learn, plan, and take action concerning their finances. It also helps companies save time and money, ensures that employees receive an impartial support system, and allows financial experts to get an extra revenue stream. The company will launch an Initial Public Offering (IPO) likely within 5 years if it moves beyond strategic acquisition.

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pledged: 97% days to go: 23 investment: £73,000
Clim8 is a financial technology company that aims to move billions of pounds of investment into sectors such as clean energy, clean technology, sustainable food, smart mobility, and recycling. It is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). The company quotes United Nations data arguing that the world needs to invest $2.4 trillion every year into clean energy, from now until 2035, to meet climate change targets. Clim8 aims to capitalise on this objective through its app. The company has raised £1.9 million in seed funding across two rounds, in December 2019 and April 2020, respectively. It also overachieved its first Crowdcube campaign by over 300%. The company will use the investment to continue onboarding its waiting list of over 10,000 and grow its business across different verticals.

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pledged: 313% days to go: 7 investment: £1,254,824
Charm is a peer-to-peer impact investment platform that allows a user to use his/her investments to drive positive change in the world while earning a financial return. Morgan Stanley estimates that 85% of people are interested in sustainable investing. Charm enables individuals to fund projects led by high-impact entrepreneurs selling clean energy solutions in developing economies. Users can view their investments on the company's transparent, personalised impact investment dashboard, as well as, earn social, environmental and financial bottom line returns for their contributions. The company secured a £496,000 grant funding to develop its platform, refine its offering & provide growth capital. It is in the process of becoming an appointed representative of a Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) authorised entity post this funding round. It will use the investment to expand its team, develop its platform, and raise brand awareness.

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pledged: 259% days to go: 2 investment: £259,370
Cocoon Card Limited (Cocoon) is a financial technology company that helps businesses grow by helping them understand which customers they should provide 0% interest payment terms too, 0% interest instalments means a consumer can buy something today and pay for it in the future. It also helps them collect and manage these payments. The company's software has two components, that is, Risk Management Module (RMM) and Instalment Collection Module (ICM). RMM assesses if a potential customer can pay in instalments while ICM prepares a collection plan if the customer is deemed creditworthy. Cocoon asserts that its product removes the need for third-party lenders and allows businesses to serve the UK's ~14 million 'thin-file' consumers that are rejected from mainstream 0% interest finance. The company has envisioned an investment target of £150,000 and anticipates an exit in 3-5 years by either a trade sale or Private Equity (PE) buyout.

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pledged: 53% days to go: 49 investment: £70,000
SMARTR Health Limited, also called Celsium, is a medical technology company. It has developed the world’s first medical-grade device that continuously measures core temperature, both accurately and non-invasively, through a combination of a wearable sensor and a smart platform. Intended for use in the formal healthcare sector, as well as at home, it has been classified as a CE Class 2A medical device in the EU and as an FDA 510K medical device in the US. In a clinical study, conducted in collaboration with Boston Children’s Hospital and Cleveland Clinic, the company's product showed promising results 10-20 times more accurate than current devices. Celsium has experienced a surge in demand due to Covid-19, where fever is a key symptom. This, the company argues, is a perfect time to accelerate its business plan.

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pledged: 0% days to go: TBC investment: Withheld
Pharmseal is a software company that aims to disrupt clinical trial management. The company claims that companies typically use multiple applications for managing clinical trials from one or more vendors. This increases cost and complexity. Pharmaseal asserts that its cloud Business-2-Business (B2B) platform, Engility, simplifies control by providing a single management portal. The platform allows information to be centralised and accessed from a single platform. Pharmaseal claims that Engility will allow companies to save cost and time and enable them to bring life-saving drugs to market faster. The company will utilise 31% of the investment for commercialisation and marketing, 49% for product development, 13% for IT infrastructure, and 7% for administrative/legal/miscellaneous activities.

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pledged: 95% days to go: 6 investment: £479,589
The Landsite is the UK's first online property portal that connects various entities within the property industry such as developers, legal services, insurance advisors and architects, to one another, simplifying the process of finding and buying a property. By registering with The Landsite, a business/professional can list their business as operating in a specific region of the country and appear against all property searches that take place in that same region. The user then needs to put in their postcode or address and can then access properties within that region, as well as, seek available professional guidance to zero in upon a potential purchase. The platform also has an insights page that aims to become a recruitment, training and educational hub for the property industry. The company will use the investment to grow its business across different verticals.

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pledged: 0% days to go: 19 investment: Withheld
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: 8% days to go: Extended investment: £730,622
Your Favourite Teacher (YFT) is a General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) supported online teaching and learning platform that offers students access to high quality and engaging courses. The portal allows students, particularly disadvantaged ones, to navigate through subject areas and courses. Lessons take place through videos, interactive quizzes, development resources, and tested via exam practice sessions. The platform has a pupil dashboard where students can track their progress and celebrate their achievements. In the UK, schools are spending c.£0.9 billion on EdTech per annum. The Covid-19 lockdown is expected to boost the demand for e-learning platforms. YFT offers more than 50 published courses (15 more in production) covering English, English Literature, Maths, and Sciences etc. It has won multiple customers including secondary schools, alternative provision sites and sports academies (including Premier League Football clubs like Manchester United and Arsenal). YFT is seeking an investment of £550,000 to further the growth and reach of the company.

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pledged: 0% days to go: TBC investment: Withheld
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