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Jun 15th 2020 - Aug 22nd 2020

Stem + Glory is a restaurant chain serving plant-based cuisine. With established sites in Cambridge and London, the company aims to further expand its business across the UK. They also aim to come up with innovative vegan products including 100% plant-based cheese, signature fermented foods, sauces and dressings. The company won the 'Best Vegan Restaurant in London' at Design My Night Awards 2019, the 'Best Restaurant in Cambridge' at British Restaurants Awards 2018, and was termed 'Most Investable Restaurant Concept' at Global Restaurant Investment Forum (GRIF), 2020. The company aims to utilise 20% of investment towards the development of its online platform, branding & design, and app development, 30% as capital expenditure, 20% in Public Relations (PR) and marketing, and 30% as working capital.

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pledged: 85% days to go: 16 investment: £68,166

  • £281,930
    pledged
  • 70%
    of goal

    £400,000
    target

    207
    investors

    £1,362
    pledge per investor

    11013817
    company number

    Active
    company status

    16/10/2017
    incorporated 3 years

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