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Jobmate

Status: Active

Aug 24th 2020 - Sep 23rd 2020

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Jobmate helps Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) manage tasks such as preparing invoices, scheduling meetings and complying with regulations through its application. The company asserts that its app is customisable and enables SME owners to have a work-life balance. It also aims to create a community of professionals that can cooperate, increase their work opportunities, and earn higher profits through the app. Jobmate is targeting 20,000 subscribers in year one and 650,000 by year five. The company will use the investment to take its product to launch through the latest innovative digital marketing, established networks and distribution partners.

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Jobmate Rating Review

Rated on 01/09/2020

Pitch Rated

78%

overall

Management

87%

Product

62%

Investment

84%

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Management 87%

Skills 91%
Jobmate is led by the three founders who have a diverse experience with proven commercial success in corporate, private and public sectors. The CEO & Co-Founder is an expert in operations management, supply chain management, manufacturing, project planning and management consulting. The COO & Co-Founder is skilled in lean manufacturing, new business development, supply chain optimisation, transportation management, process improvement and logistic management. The CCO & Co-founder is well versed in business development, business strategy, business planning, sales management, negotiations and change management. The Head of Development has specialities in business process re-engineering, web design, content management systems, rich interface applications, web hosting and search engine optimisation. It was noted that CEO is taking up the responsibilities of the Finance Head in the company in conjunction with Appleby Mall Chartered Accountants who undertake all bookkeeping, company filings and HMRC returns, plus advise on investments.

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  • £382,889
    pledged
  • 255%
    of goal

    £150,000
    target

    £2,711,566
    pre-money valuation

    5.24%
    equity available

    404
    investors

    £948
    pledge per investor

    11691025
    company number

    Active
    company status

    22/11/2018
    incorporated 2 years

    £1.15
    share price

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    24 Aug 20 Crowdcube £382,889 / 255% 77.67%
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