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Sep 14th 2020 - Oct 24th 2020

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MapStand provides energy companies with global location data. The company's datasets are built through the aggregation of thousands of data sources. MapStand asserts that's its data can be accessed by multiple entities such as renewable and integrated energy companies, oil and gas companies, NGOs, regulators, investors and journalists. The company has raised £1.8 million over three rounds and received £275,000 in R&D tax credits. MapStand has over 2400 users on its platform and generated £105,000 in revenues from its enterprise customers in the last twelve months. It will use 21% of the investment to maintain its data team, 54% on product development, 10% on hiring staff, 26% on software development, 8% on cloud infrastructure, 17% in sales and marketing, and 8% on administration and management.

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    14 Sep 20 Seedrs £219,150 / 88%
  • Internet Business Awards Category Award Winner 2015
  • Hertfordshire Business Awards Finalist 2014

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