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Oct 12th 2020 - Nov 21st 2020

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Feastr is a UK-based multi-brand cloud kitchen business that delivers restaurant-quality food to a customer's doorstep in 30 minutes or less. The company asserts that operating from cloud kitchens within densely populated areas allows it to exploit the booming food delivery market without the huge overheads associated with bricks and mortar restaurants. Feastr operates its restaurants on aggregators such as Deliveroo, Uber Eats, and Just Eat, capitalising on their huge ready customer base. The company has had sales of over £550,000 since its launch in November 2019. It will use the investment to open three new locations, push its digital marketing campaign with new ideas in 2021, and prepare for its next round of fundraising.

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  • £230,084
    pledged
  • 92%
    of goal

    £250,002
    target

    £4,001,742
    pre-money valuation

    5.88%
    equity available

    92
    investors

    £2,501
    pledge per investor

    11951302
    company number

    Active
    company status

    17/04/2019
    incorporated 2 years

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    12 Oct 20 Seedrs £230,084 / 92%
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