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STRYVE

Status: Active

Jan 26th 2021 - Feb 25th 2021

STRYVE is a technology platform that aims to become the best Applicant Tracking System (ATS) for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). STRYVE asserts that 98% of Fortune 500 companies use ATS platforms to track, communicate and maintain their hiring process, yet most SMEs do not. It also asserts that 62% of those who do not have ATS would implement one. STRYVE's focus is on serving this section of organisations that have 1-1000 employees. STRYVE claims that its business model will be fully compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) law. The company is working in partnership with recruitment agencies such as Altus Partners and C&C search. It argues that it has a potential lead of 500 companies from day one. STRYVE will use the investment received to hire product managers and programmers, launch its first MVP during Q1 2021, and begin sales in Q2 2021.

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STRYVE Rating Review

Rated on 08/02/2021

Pitch Rated

77%

overall

Management

87%

Product

72%

Investment

73%

Pitch rating powered by CROWDRATING

  • £453,007
    pledged
  • 161%
    of goal

    £280,000
    target

    £1,999,333
    pre-money valuation

    12.28%
    equity available

    282
    investors

    £1,606
    pledge per investor

    11974419
    company number

    Active
    company status

    01/05/2019
    incorporated 2 years

    £1.80
    share price

    Previous Funding rounds
    26 Jan 21 Crowdcube £453,007 / 162% 77.33%

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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%+
    Gold rating, our highest rating

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Management 87%

Skills 91%
The management team includes skilled professionals with expertise in their functional areas, which will streamline the business's overall operations. The team is led by the CEO/Founder, who is skilled in alternative investments, fixed income, financial structuring, deal structuring, due diligence, and capital markets. The CTO specialises in the mean stack, software development, web development, search engine optimisation, and web design. The company has appointed two external organisations to manage and increase its brand awareness through social media, public relations, event management, customer service, and teamwork.

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  • £453,007
    pledged
  • 161%
    of goal

    £280,000
    target

    £1,999,333
    pre-money valuation

    12.28%
    equity available

    282
    investors

    £1,606
    pledge per investor

    11974419
    company number

    Active
    company status

    01/05/2019
    incorporated 2 years

    £1.80
    share price

    Previous Funding rounds
    26 Jan 21 Crowdcube £453,007 / 162% 77.33%
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