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Wild & Stone (W&S) is on a mission to make sustainable and stylish items the natural alternatives to commonly used plastics with products like bamboo toothbrushes and reusable steel razors. W&S stresses that its products carry a 30-day no-quibble returns policy, and for every order, it donates to the Marine Conservation Society. W&S argues that it has completed over 100,000 orders, grown its range to include over 85 products, and earned over £850,000 in revenue since its launch. It also points out that it is listed on major marketplaces including, Amazon, NOTHS, Wayfair, eBay, and Etsy. W&S products have been nominated for multiple Amazon choice awards. Its founder, Kathryn Jonas, was shortlisted for the 'Sustainability Entrepreneur of the Year, Southeast region' at the Great British Entrepreneur Awards 2021. The company has featured in publications such as Vogue, The Times, Tatler, Elle, and The Independent. They state they will use the investment to increase its product range and level of inventory.
pledged: 200% days to go: Expired investment: £250,460
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: 27% days to go: Expired investment: £82,351
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.

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pledged: 102% days to go: Expired investment: £205,504
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: 200% days to go: Expired investment: £200,000
Mash Paddle Brewery (MPB) aims to join South London’s brewery scene wherein its members brew their customised beer. MPB wants to provide members, for a monthly fee, with access to a professional kit, guidance, ingredients and a community who share the same passion to create unique brews that a regular consumer can’t buy off the shelf. MPB claims that the UK home-brew market is estimated at over 2 million people. It intends to capture this market and grow its business. The company won the City LaunchLab CitySpark “People’s Choice” and Santander Scholarship, planned a collaboration with a leading London cheesemaker to create a ‘beer & cheese’ experience, and raised £10,900 on Crowdfunder. MPB has also featured in CAMRA’s BEER magazine and Beer52’s FERMENT. The company will use the investment for its first, fully-kitted site identified on Bermondsey Beer Mile, and build a taproom serving fresh beer brewed on-site.
pledged: 177% days to go: Expired investment: £88,950
Skin In Motion (SIM) is a first-of-its-kind exercise-friendly beauty range that seeks to promote the positive effects of exercise through healthy and confidence-boosting skincare and makeup products specifically designed to be worn pre, during, and post-exercise. SIM claims that its products are available Direct To Consumer (DTC) via its website and are listed on LookFantastic, Amazon and Oliver Bonas. SIM was awarded the 'Best New Business 2020' award by the Women's Business Club. The brand has reached 3 million potential customers and has an Instagram following of 3,000 to date. The company has also featured in Sunday Times Style Magazine, Hello!, RED Magazine, and Women's Health, to name a few. It will use the investment to grow its team, increase marketing and brand awareness, and accelerate new product developments.

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pledged: 138% days to go: Expired investment: £166,111
Cannabrew is one of the UK's first Cannabidiol (CBD) infused craft beers. It aspires to become a contender in the CBD market that is expected to reach £1 billion by 2025 in the UK. The company has sold thousands of cans across the UK despite COVID-19 and aims to become carbon-neutral soon. It assets that it plants two trees for every case of beer sold and has planted over 14,000 trees through a sustainability initiative in Madagascar by partnering with 'Ecologi', removing an estimated 350 tonnes of CO2 in just six months since the company's launch. Cannabrew was nominated for three awards at the World CBD Awards. Its product, Soul Lager, has become the highest-rated lager on Untappd in the UK achieving a score of >3.96. The company will use 25% of the investment in marketing, 50% towards team expansion, and 25% to scale production and boost New Product Development (NPD).
pledged: 144% days to go: Expired investment: £216,695
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: 111% days to go: Expired investment: £166,994
Fightback is a beer and cider brand on a mission to save music venues with support from across the live music industry. The company claims that every pint sold contributes to Music Venue Trust (MVT), a UK-registered charity, which acts to protect, secure, and improve Grassroots Music Venues. It argues that it has sold 10,000 pints and 10,000 cans in 61 venues before the COVID-19 lockdown. Fightback asserts that it has agreed on a new national distribution deal to make the brand more accessible amidst the lockdown. It intends to supply 900+ venues affiliated with MVT when venues reopen. Fightback will use the investment to roll out beer and cider to help secure the long-term future of the venues that ensure that the music culture is kept alive.

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pledged: 26% days to go: Expired investment: £52,596
Wellbeing Sisters (WS) is a company that offers wellbeing advice, hosts an online shop, and sells a subscription box full of toxin-free health, beauty, and nutritional products by and for women. The company first launched its subscription box in 2019 for women trying to conceive. WS witnessed a sell-out of its series of one-off boxes tailored towards conceiving, pregnancy, early motherhood, midlife and menopause in 2020. WS aims to be a contender in the UK subscription box market that is set to be worth £1 billion by 2022. The company asserts that it has organically grown its social media following consisting of over 5,000 supporters. It will use the investment to invest in technology, product development, and marketing/PR.

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pledged: 127% days to go: Expired investment: £153,394
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