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Equity Crowdfunding Pitches

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Lime Global is a UK-based company dedicated to becoming the most customer-focused provider of health cover. Lime argues that conventional health insurance is too expensive and overly complicated. It intends to make health insurance affordable allowing customers to buy the top-ups they want without consulting advisers or filling long questionnaires. Lime Global claims to provide customers with a cancer cover providing a lump sum and support following diagnosis, access to 'Rapid Diagnostics' to avail private diagnostic tests, and an online platform where customers and employers can book and pay for clinical services. Lime Global aspires to become a contender in the UK private healthcare market set to grow more than £8 billion. The company points out that it has secured 5 star Trustpilot reviews over the last year with zero complaints to date. They intend to use the investment to support their expansion into Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), mental health modules and e-pharmacies, scale customer acquisition, and support the next stage of its growth in late 2021 and early 2022.
pledged: 105% days to go: 15 investment: £422,354
Byrd is a coaching platform that works around everyday life to keep people running. It asserts that its unique EQAI-coach uses 1 billion variables to coach people to their goal, whether that’s simply to remain healthy or to hit a specific event. The company estimates that 200 million people were running globally in 2018. It seeks to target this group and become a contender in a fitness market that is estimated to be worth $2.4 billion. The company has created and tested two beta versions of its Android and iOS apps. It points out that it has conducted surveys involving hundreds of runners clocking in 20,000 km of running and incorporated that data into its portal. Byrd argues that its app has been built on Google Cloud infrastructure and is ready to horizontally scale. It will use 40% of the investment in product evolution, 20% in acquisition, 23% towards marketing, and 17% towards enriching customer experience.
pledged: 197% days to go: Expired investment: £266,836
FLY LDN is a fitness brand that imparts sports and fitness instruction via its digital platform and its studios in central London and Fitzrovia. The company launched its video-on-demand and live-streaming fitness platform, FLY LDN Online (FLO), in September 2020. It asserts that within six months of launch, FLO scaled over 28,000 monthly views across 80+ countries with users having viewed over 2.5 million minutes of FLY LDN workouts. FLY LDN won the Men's Health 'Best Studio 2019' award and was commended at the 2018 and 2019 Tatler Gym Awards. The company has also received press coverage in publications like Women's Health, Forbes, Esquire, Elle, Vogue, GQ and Glamour. It has also partnered with brands such as DKNY and ASOS. FLY LDN aspires to become a contender in the global online fitness market that is expected to reach $59 billion by 2027. The company will use the investment to further develop additional functionality and TV apps for FLO and fund marketing campaigns to fuel growth.

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pledged: 136% days to go: Expired investment: £340,928
Actve is on a mission to build a platform that caters to the new wave of instructors, social media influencers and athletes becoming online content creators. The company aspires to help creators earn an income and build a subscription business. Actve asserts that it caters to a variety of creator needs allowing them to live-stream their workouts, offer guided programs to customers, or use Actve's software to manage their clients. The company aims to become a contender in the digital fitness market that is projected to be worth £21 billion by 2022. It aims to launch its platform in September 2021. Actve will use the investment to develop its platform, hire key staff, build its user base, and work towards becoming an industry champion for fitness creators.

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pledged: 166% days to go: Expired investment: £166,670
Actve is on a mission to change the way people connect with their favourite fitness creators. The company aspires to help creators earn an income and build a subscription business. Actve asserts that it caters to a variety of creator needs allowing them to live-stream their workouts, offer guided programs to customers, or use Actve's software to manage their clients. The company aims to become a contender in the digital fitness market that is projected to be worth £21 billion by 2022. It aims to launch its platform in September 2021. Actve will use the investment to develop its platform, hire key staff, build its user base, and work towards becoming an industry champion for fitness creators.
pledged: 165% days to go: Expired investment: £165,627
MysteryVibe creates doctor-recommended sexual health devices. The company combines research and engineering by onboarding leading doctors to design devices that address major sexual health issues such as erectile dysfunction, dryness and pain during intercourse. MysteryVibe has changed over 50,000 lives in 65 countries, witnessed $1 million worth of direct sales in 2020, and became the first sexual health startup to be featured on a BBC documentary. The company has received 20+ international awards including, the coveted Design Week Awards where its product, 'Crescendo', beat the Apple Watch. MysteryVibe has featured in media entities like Men's Health, Women's Health, The Daily Dot, and Forbes, to name a few. The company will use 25% of the investment to expand and scale its digital marketing campaign, 25% to launch two new products, 25% to expand its team, and 25% on building its inventory.

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pledged: 142% days to go: Expired investment: £498,020
Alter Vego (AV) aims to create an extensive range of plant-based, customisable supplements. The company asserts that its production process is sustainable. It starts by creating a vegan protein base blend from ingredients such as pea, hemp, quinoa and brown rice that is ethically sourced and produced. It then develops daily sachets that contain Omega 3, B12, D3, K1, digestive enzymes, and probiotics to complement the base blend. AV argues that the sachets provide 100% of a user's Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) over any pre-mixed bulk blend. It aspires to become a contender in the global nutrition sector worth $702 billion. AV will use the investment for manufacturing and marketing its products across the UK.

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pledged: 35% days to go: Expired investment: £46,455
Alyve provides personalised subscription nutrition powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI). It argues that 8.2 million UK vitamin users are looking for personalised nutrition in one capsule. Alyve asserts that its product can fulfil this demand. Users complete a 3-minute questionnaire where their responses are recorded by Alyve's intelligent algorithms. These then, based on the responses, help the user select one of Alyve's nutritional pills best matched to their goals and needs. Alyve then delivers the pills to the user's doorstep every 30 days. The company has recorded 4000+ questionnaires and completed 800+ orders in 25 countries since Q4 of 2020. It aims to become a contender in the $21 billion supplement market. The company will use the investment received to increase marketing efforts, transform Alyve into a household brand, introduce new product lines, increase staff, improve technology, and transform both digital and physical User Experiences (UX).

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pledged: 151% days to go: Expired investment: £227,782
33Fuel is a natural sports nutrition brand that aims to dominate sports nutrition with healthier and natural alternatives. Its products consist of ingredients like organic flaxseeds, Tibetan goji berries, organic walnuts, and raw coconuts, to name a few. The company has received over 10,000 orders and multiple 5-star customer reviews. It has 12,000 email subscribers and a podcast with more than 65,000 plays. The company wants to dominate the sports nutrition market that is forecast to reach almost £2 billion by 2024. 33Fuel has attracted superstar shareholders including 4x Ironman Triathlon World Champion Chrissie Wellington and customers such as Tour de France winner Sir Bradley Wiggins. The company has won 'Health Product of the Year' and 'Best Meal Replacement' and has featured in fitness and mainstream media such as The Telegraph, Independent, and Men's Fitness. It will use the investment for marketing to accelerate sales.

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pledged: 183% days to go: Expired investment: £367,124
MunchFit aims to provide fitness enthusiasts with nutritious and goal-based meals to support their training goal. The company has served over 450,000 goal-based meals via retailers, cafés, and e-commerce channels. It claims that its meals are assessed by Mark Ellison, nutritionist for Anthony Joshua and Manchester United FC. The company has also signed partnerships with Planet Organic and Ocado, stocking its products in the former and at its fitness cafés at Equinox. MunchFit asserts that it responded to the COVID-19 pandemic by launching MunchFit Meal Plans coupled with a nationwide delivery scheme. The company points out that this led to it achieving a weekly average run rate of £15,000, nearly double the £7,600 run rate it had witnessed six months prior. MunchFit will use the investment to grow its meal plans, invest in product development and key hires, launch five new café sites, and target major supermarkets with its 'Fuel' range as a retail product.
pledged: 160% days to go: Expired investment: £1,200,009
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