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Get Licensed Driving School

Status: Expired

Jul 22nd 2019 - Sep 20th 2019

Get Licensed Driving School connects learners with rated and approved driving instructors. On the company's website, learners could find good driving instructors, see what car they would learn in, read the reviews and send booking requests. Since the launch, over 2,835 driving instructors were onboard, 2,867 reviews submitted, 1,031 people searched for driving instructors and made 7,000 lesson requests. The company has also been featured in LadBible and Metro. With the proceeds, Get Licensed Driving School will improve its marketing, go for team growth, product development, and create a Driving Instructor Application.

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  • £154,053
    pledged
  • 61%
    of goal

    £250,002
    target

    £4,500,000
    pre-money valuation

    5.26%
    equity available

    30
    investors

    £5,135
    pledge per investor

    11371549
    company number

    Active
    company status

    21/05/2018
    incorporated 2 years

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    Previous Funding rounds
    22 Jul 19 Seedrs £154,053 / 62%
  • Internet Business Awards Category Award Winner 2015
  • Hertfordshire Business Awards Finalist 2014

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