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Patch is a modern plant shop for contemporary plant people. It helps in finding the most suitable plants and delivering them to the door. The company has delivered over 2,50,000 plants to over 82,000 customers in Paris and London. Patch has witnessed solid growth at +124% vs last year, reaching £4.48m in revenue. The company has a 4.6-star rating on TrustPilot and, it has been featured in The Times, The Telegraph etc. The funds will be used to expand across Europe, eliminate the middle-man and expand into the B2B market.

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Patch Rating Report

Pitch Rated

68%

overall

Management

73%

Product

81%

Investment

51%

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  • 49% and under
    We suggest potential investors carry out further study of their own
    50-64%
    Room for improvement
    65-79%
    Worth considering
    80%+
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Management 73%

Skills 91%
The Founder has relevant management expertise, he has built a skilled team around him.The management team covers all the key roles that are required to develop the business.


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  • 463%
    of goal
  • Expired
    31 Oct 2019

    £500,000
    target

    £20,556,849
    pre-money valuation

    0.00%
    equity available

    3,304
    investors

    £700
    pledge per investor

    09897155
    company number

    Active
    company status

    01/12/2015
    incorporated 5 years

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