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Schools and Education

Role Models

Status: Funded

Jul 12th 2019 - Nov 21st 2019

Role Models aims to encourage a generation of children in becoming the best they can be with their well-being, their relationships and their own sense of purpose. The company is planning to do this by teaching approximately a million children globally on how to interact well, cooperate effectively, solve problems creatively, think critically and manage brilliantly. Role Models offers three different services: UK Life Skills Courses, International Life Skills Courses and Creative Childcare. The company is planning to launch life skill webinars and an affordable online animation package for its users.

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  • £480,000
    pledged
  • 400%
    of goal

    £120,000
    target

    £2,985,590
    pre-money valuation

    3.86%
    equity available

    2
    investors

    £240,000
    pledge per investor

    08634464
    company number

    Active
    company status

    01/08/2013
    incorporated 7 years

    £100.00
    share price

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    Previous Funding rounds
    12 Jul 19 Angels Den £480,000 / 400%
  • Internet Business Awards Category Award Winner 2015
  • Hertfordshire Business Awards Finalist 2014

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