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Catering, Food and Drink

Peckwater Brands

Status: Active

Nov 18th 2020 - Dec 28th 2020

31 days left

Peckwater Brands (PB) is a company engaged in the growing cloud kitchen/delivery business that runs virtual restaurant brands from the kitchens of existing restaurants. It argues that restaurants need to pay high street rents and staff wages no matter how many diners visit. Nearly 5,000 restaurants have closed in the UK since 2015 due to not being able to fulfil these tasks. PB aims to change this scenario. It helps restaurant partners use their existing staff and kitchen capacity better, and help keep struggling businesses running. The company received more than 10,000 customer orders through Deliveroo and Uber Eats. It witnessed more than £250,000 in customer sales since June 2020 and is spread across London, Manchester, Leeds, and Coventry. PB has launched four brands with four more in the pipeline. It will use the investment to get more partners, launch more brands, and acquire more customers.

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  • £201,890
    pledged
  • 201%
    of goal

    £100,000
    target

    £1,600,000
    pre-money valuation

    5.88%
    equity available

    160
    investors

    £1,262
    pledge per investor

    12284429
    company number

    Active
    company status

    28/10/2019
    incorporated 1 years

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    Previous Funding rounds
    18 Nov 20 Seedrs £201,890 / 202%
  • Internet Business Awards Category Award Winner 2015
  • Hertfordshire Business Awards Finalist 2014

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