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Equity Crowdfunding Pitches

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Caldera is a heat battery company that seeks to institutionalise zero-carbon energy solutions for the masses. Its patented breakthrough, Warmstone heat battery, can store 100kWh of heat for a standard home for 24 hours. Caldera asserts that it takes renewable energy when it is low cost (using a flexible green tariff with prices as low as 5p/kWh) and stores it as heat, providing carbon-free hot water and heating via Warmstone. The company has raised over £1.5 million through grants and investment to date, installed its first pilot Warmstone product in a family home, established a manufacturing and R&D base, and acquired the support of a not-for-profit centre of excellence, Energy Systems Catapult. The company is working with König Metall in the European Union (EU) and intends to build and sell Warmstone units via a range of approved UK installers. Caldera will use the investment to install a small number of pilot units in trial homes in 2021 before a full commercial rollout in 2022.
pledged: 120% days to go: 26 investment: £600,032
3RD ROCK is a sustainable activewear brand that aims to make the best and most ethical climbing clothing in the world. It claims that it has developed a worldwide reputation for making extremely comfortable, better fitting, Made-To-Move garments that perform on the rocks, meet high ethical standards, and transition seamlessly into a user's everyday life. The company has witnessed a 215% growth in the last twelve months despite COVID-19, sold over 65,000 units, and garnered £1.3 million in revenue to date. The company has also acquired knowledge from the Goldman-Sachs accelerator programme. It has recycled over 12,000 plastic bottles into its garments and over 1 tonne of sea waste in its leggings and bra-tops The company will use the investment for range expansion with new innovative product lines, build up its Direct-To-Consumer (DTC) model further, and hire key personnel.
pledged: 119% days to go: 35 investment: £359,652
KLORIS manufactures and sells premium Cannabidiol (CBD) wellness and beauty products. The company follows a Direct-To-Consumer (DTC) model and has garnered over 1,400 loyalty club members achieving a conversion rate of over 3.4%. KLORIS asserts that this has allowed the company to build brand loyalty and respond quickly to customer needs while maintaining high gross margins. The company has procured over 20 Stock Keeping Units (SKU), is listed in leading retailers like Boots, Selfridges, Amazon Prime, Mankind, and Lookfantastic, and has signed spa treatment partnerships with BVLGARI Spa, Cloud Twelve, and others. KLORIS has earned over 120 reviews with an 'Excellent' Trustpilot rating and was shortlisted for 'Best Wellness and Self-Care Brand' in the Sunday Times STYLE Beauty Awards 2021. The company will use 40% of the investment for PR and marketing, 35% for hiring key personnel, 16% for New Product Development (NPD), and 9% for hosting events.
pledged: 89% days to go: 26 investment: £223,910
Planks is a British clothing brand that creates eco-conscious outerwear for skiers. The company is an omni-channel brand that sells Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) via planksclothing.com, through its Val d’Isère store and other retailers. Planks uses 'Bluesign' approved fabrics and incorporates 'REPREVE' recycled yarns into 68% of its products having recycled 1.5 million waste plastic bottles, in the process, so far. The company had a turnover of £1.85 million between May - June 2020. Planks has a growing community of 27,000+ customers that are a part of its Grassroots Tour initiative. Planks's loyalty platform, 'The FUSS', allows the brand's best customers to complete missions, create content and become brand advocates. The company will use the investment to continue international D2C expansion by improving customer experience in target markets via website localisation and digital marketing and sustain Business-to-Business (B2B) growth via digital wholesale accounts and integrated marketplaces.
pledged: 168% days to go: 15 investment: £840,252
Love Ocean (LO) is an ocean-inspired bathroom product brand on a mission to make natural marine ingredient products. It intends to eliminate single-use plastic in the bathroom and drive a 'Reuse & Refill' (R&R) culture. LO aims to become a contender in the adult and kids toiletries market that is worth £750 million in the UK alone. LO is launching a children's product range that consists of a whale tail-shaped bottle made from 100% post-consumer recycled plastic, designed to be reused and refilled via a quarterly subscription. LO asserts that it contributes to the Plastic Bank, by selling its products to consumers, to further the removal of 1 kilogram of ocean-bound plastic in Haiti, the Philippines and Indonesia. The company is planning to launch a baby range in 2022, an adult range in 2023, and a youth range in 2024. LO will use the investment to create educational editorial content to eliminate ocean-bound plastic by building an engaged community.
pledged: 127% days to go: 14 investment: £190,561
Mami Wata (MW) is a purpose-led, premium African surf lifestyle brand on a mission to redefine the global surf market. MW asserts that it has collaborated with global luxury brand, Moncler, and partnered with renowned stockists including Mr Porter and Huckberry. It aims to be a contender in the $9 billion global surfing market. It has also shipped 1200+ copies of its AFROSURF art book to 39 countries along with funding a surf therapy clubhouse in Harper, Liberia. MW has sold products to 7,500+ customers generating more than £400,000 in revenue to date. The company has featured in global media entities such as CNN, GQ, Wallpaper, Monocle, and HypeBeast. MW will use the investment for its international launch in the USA.
pledged: 228% days to go: 13 investment: £1,142,192
Serious Pig (SP) aims to become the UK’s number one premium savoury snack brand. The company is backed by BrewDog co-founder James Watt and aims to become a contender in the UK savoury snack market valued at £3.2 billion. SP's range consists of products like 'Snack Salami', 'Snacking Cheese', and 'Snacking Pickles'. Its most recent innovation is 'Sourdough Snacking Croutons'. It has a loyal fanbase of nearly 9,000 'Club Seriously' members. The company's sales have trebled since 2018 to £1.35 million in December 2020. SP claims that despite COVID-19 shutting down hospitality in 2020, it quickly adapted and developed significant Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) revenue, in particular with Amazon, where sales grew by 235% between the first and second half of the year, touching £187,000 between June - December 2020. The company will use the investment for sales and marketing, logistics, New Product Development (NPD), and cut plastic packaging to reduce its carbon footprint.
pledged: 150% days to go: 12 investment: £602,199
Fishy Filaments (FF) has developed a fishing net recycling process that enables immediate use of net materials in 3D printing and injection moulding. FF cites EU research stating that just 1.5% of used fishing nets are recycled. FF aims to increase the aforementioned percentage via its technology. FF argues that its proprietary fishing net recycling process fits in a standard shipping container enabling commercial fleets or local stakeholders to manage their net wastes at a profit and access a low carbon raw material from which new products can be made. FF claims that it has recycled and sold around 2 tonnes of nets to over 200 customers in over 20 countries since the brand's commercial launch in January 2019. Its product, Marine Nylon, has been met with interest from customers and investors alike. FF will use the investment to diversify its product range and come up with solutions that help protect the world's oceans and coastal communities from plastic waste.
pledged: 138% days to go: 11 investment: £207,425
Oneskee is the one-piece snow brand that aims to re-ignite a forgotten product category. Oneskee asserts that it successfully navigated its way through the COVID-19 pandemic recording £500,000 in online revenue with 25% online growth in the 2020-2021 financial year. It has sold 10,000 suits across 79 countries since its launch and aims to become a contender in the snow brand industry that is growing more than £1 billion each year. The company has partnered with Olympic athletes, GB Snowsport, Folie Douce, and Snowboxx and received media recognition from the likes of BBC, Vogue, InTheSnow, The Telegraph, The Independent, and Eurosport. Oneskee is also continuing its work on its patent-protected Acclimate technology and kids collection which it intends to launch in 2021. Oneskee will use the investment to accelerate the roll-out of its successful online blueprint to all ski countries and create a dedicated resource for B2B sales.
pledged: 104% days to go: 5 investment: £209,220
Kocktail creates cocktails designed by award-winning mixologists. The company has sent out over 4,000 orders since its launch, generated £120,000 in revenue, and garnered over 100 five-star reviews from its customers. Kocktail asserts that its curator, Neil, was the senior bartender at the Savoy Hotel’s Beaufort Bar. The company presents all of its drinks with stunning garnishes and gives customers the low-down on what they’re drinking via its 'Story Behind the Serve Cards'. Kocktail has featured in the Stylist, Esquire, Delicious, Telegraph, and Metro. It has also featured on the BBC’s 'Saturday Kitchen Live'. The company aims to venture into onboarding retailers like Amazon and Ocado through a multi-national spirits distributor. It will use 57.2% of the investment for marketing, 18.3% for paying staff salaries, 16% for procuring raw materials, and 8.5% for capital investment.
pledged: 100% days to go: 14 investment: £150,668
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