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Status: Expired

Jun 14th 2016 - Aug 13th 2016

BoroughBox is the exciting new brand bringing the artisan food & drink sector to your door. In less than two years we have already proven ourselves in the corporate sector, trusted by a number of high profile clients such as Knight Frank, Hilton Hotels, AKQA, NEFF, Bosch, Siemens, Howard Kennedy, News Corp, Santander, Conde Nast and the London Stock Exchange. And now our mission is to penetrate the growing £9 billion online consumer food & drink sector.

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    £50,000
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    £150,000
    pre-money valuation

    25.00%
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    2
    investors

    £3,150
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