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Status: Expired

Apr 20th 2016 - Jun 15th 2016

Butterware provide online ordering websites for the lunch to-go market. The Butterware system allows customers to order exactly what food they want in advance and receive it in their lunch break. This removes the hassle of visiting a café or sandwich shop during your lunch break.

 

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    pledged
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    of goal

    £200,005
    target

    £464,905
    pre-money valuation

    30.08%
    equity available

    42
    investors

    £360
    pledge per investor

    07695739
    company number

    Active
    company status

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