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Equity Crowdfunding Pitches

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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: 58% days to go: Extended investment: £883,272
MyT is a cloud-powered subscription-based accounting software designed for small businesses that allows them to submit financial information to Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) under the Making Tax Digital initiative, which is mandatory from April 2023. MyT asserts that its app provides businesses with a simple way to keep track of business finances on the go, send and manage invoices and bills, and record expenses and mileage. The company claims that its app is available on App Store and Google Play and has witnessed 1000+ downloads to date. It claims that it has onboarded over 500 users without any extensive marketing spend. MyT will use half of the investment to implement its marketing plan, a third for developing new technology and the remaining for administrative expenses.

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pledged: 133% days to go: Stretch investment: £133,543
Business Finance Market (BFM) is a financial technology platform that stimulates the market towards Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) lending via data in the UK. BFM claims that SMEs are gradually being excluded from mainstream banking. The company cites that in 1988, 40% of all bank lending went to SMEs. BFM points out that lending today is closer to 4% with an estimated £22 billion funding gap to the 5.9 million UK SMEs. BFM asserts that almost 90% of SME loan applications are stuck due to a lack of choice and transparency when it comes to securing finance. BFM aspires to solve this dilemma. It states that its technology allows SMEs to experience quicker finance decisions based on true addressable market access and allows lenders and intermediaries access to its platform to help manage the end-to-end application process, improve deal flow, and deliver faster credit decisions. BFM intends to exit via a trade sale within the financial sector.
pledged: 150% days to go: Stretch investment: £225,000
Hemspan states that it designs bio-based building systems and products for construction by combining modern methods, technology and hemp to produce net-zero carbon solutions. The company argues that every time an average house is built, the CO2 emitted by the manufacture, transport and assembly of the materials used is around 50 to 60 tonnes. Hemspan says that one hectare of UK-grown industrial hemp can absorb 11 tonnes of CO2 each year with regeneratively farmed hemp capable of sequestering a further 6 tonnes per hectare of CO2 into the soil each year. Hemspan intends to activate significant demand for hemp farming in the UK and develop processing technologies to reduce reliance on imports and enable large scale manufacturing of bio-based cladding and insulation products that spin out of R&D programmes. It asserts that the global industrial hemp market is expected to grow at 25% CAGR reaching US$ 27 billion by 2028. It aims to be a contender in this segment. 
pledged: 45% days to go: 32 investment: £45,000
Leaseum is a Business to Business (B2B) Software as a Service (SaaS) provider based in London that offers white label capital raising portals to its clients and targets alternative investment managers who deal with private equity, venture capital, real estate, hedge funds and private credit. The company claims that fundraising for alternative investments is time consuming, expensive and involves many compliance and regulatory aspects. It aims to change this by bringing together all the tools needed to raise capital such as an investor portal, a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system, an email marketing module, e-signature facility, and investor onboarding compliances. Leaseum claims that it allows its clients to streamline their fundraising processes and convert more leads into investors via its portal. It will use 40% of the investment to strengthen its sales team, 40% to strengthen its IT team, and 20% for marketing.
pledged: 44% days to go: 21 investment: £76,440
Lost At Sea (LAS) is an independent lifestyle beer brand that targets adventurers. The company has sold 26,000+ beers since 2019, with its products stocked in 50+ outlets. LAS claims that its new online shop has a 21.82% conversion rate and an engaged community of over 30,000 people. It also points out that since its first brew in 2019, it has seen substantial growth in demand, and as a result, provides kegs to its flagship stockist to ensure they have a constant flow of stock. The company has made over £1,000 Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) donations to date. They intend to use the investment to build a community of like-minded beer lovers, launch a flagship bar in Abersoch, North Wales to advocate local produce and sustainability, create a scalable bar concept for future expansion in other coastal towns, and hire personnel to drive product innovation and sales.
pledged: 28% days to go: 5 investment: £84,269
PANTSANDSOCKS.COM is an online retailer and subscription service that helps men buy branded underwear and socks. They state their mission is to be a convenient, one-stop-shop for top brands in the market. PANTSANDSOCKS.COM argues that it is an ‘Authorised Stockist’ of 16+ leading brands including Calvin Klein, Hugo Boss, Polo Ralph Lauren and Tommy Hilfiger. The company claims to have fulfilled over 2,000 orders, welcomed over 100,000 unique website visitors to its site, achieved a 4.6/5, ‘Excellent’ Trustpilot rating, and signed up over 4,000 people to its database. The company has integrated with Amazon and Google Shopping to provide additional revenue streams. They state they will use the investment to achieve 100,000 unique visitors per month by the end of Q3 2021, meet its business targets, and continue to develop its internal capabilities at a sustainable rate.
pledged: 69% days to go: 10 investment: £139,705
SkiBro is a leading business-to-customer (B2B) Software as a Service (SaaS) platform that aspires to become a contender in the €2 billion ski lessons market. The platform has onboarded 8,000 ski schools and 150,000 ski instructors to date. SkiBro's marketplace encompasses 350 resorts in 7 countries across Europe and North America, with over 6,000 ski instruction products. SkiBro intends to expand into ski hire. The platform has 350 independent ski instructors (250 last year) and 400+ ski schools, with notable ones including ESF La Plagne, ESF Courchevel, Evolution2 (France), Skischule Alberg (Austria), and Ski and Snowboard School Courmayeur (Italy). The company claims that despite COVID-19 hampering business in March 2020, the platform hosted 8.467 lesson bookings worth €1.35 million, recording a 500% YoY growth with an average booking value of €453. SkiBro is seeking £1.5 million of equity funding to accelerate company growth and deliver profitability in 2023-2024.
pledged: 87% days to go: 123 investment: £659,855
SplitBill allows free instantaneous money transfer between friends and family and enables merchants to save in processing fees versus credit cards transactions. The company is built around 'Open Banking' and claims to reduce card payments for its users. It aspires to become a contender in the 'Open Banking' sector that is estimated to grow to £7.2 billion by 2022. SplitBill asserts that its app has been downloaded 3000 times. The company's portal has processed more than £90,000 in Consumer To Consumer (C2C) transactions to date. They state they will use the investment to simplify e-commerce enabling transactions without inserting card details by linking through API to the merchants' stores, allowing users to settle restaurants bills at the table by just scanning a QR code, acquiring clients and boosting business development.
pledged: 78% days to go: 15 investment: £117,790
Peerport Limited (trading as MultiISA) is targeting the multi-million-pound market and claims to offer a holistic approach to Individual Savings Account (ISA) management. The company asserts that traditional ISA managers don’t give users enough flexibility with their investment choices. Current ISA rules restrict investors to only one ISA of each type per tax year. This impedes the investors’ ability to build a diversified IFISA portfolio. Peerport argues that its portal offers investors the freedom to operate multiple accounts like Innovative Finance ISA (IFISA), Cash ISA, and Stocks & Shares ISA under a single ISA management platform. The company will use the investment to finalise the build-out of its end to end platform, fund its office space, manage marketing costs, oversee staffing costs, pay regulatory fees and supervise working capital.

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pledged: 4% days to go: Expired investment: £6,033
  • Internet Business Awards Category Award Winner 2015
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