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Status: Expired

Feb 11th 2020 - Mar 12th 2020

vFloorplan creates innovative, interactive Meeting and 3D event floorplans making it easy for potential customers and booking agents to explore venue layouts. The Kia Oval, QEII Centre and National Conference Centre (National Motorcycle Museum) are a few customers already using vFloorplan 3D, with recurring revenue and great feedback. Till now, the company has achieved a waiting list of 100+ venues, contractual relationships with 3 major partners and they are also the finalists in the National Entrepreneur Awards. They are seeking funding for a rollout to almost 200 UK venues including key Premiership Football Clubs, major UK tourist attractions and notable hotel brands.

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vFloorplan Rating Review

Rated on 17/02/2020

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Management 74%

Skills 73%
VFloorplan team is relatively small, with the CEO who is the founder and head of Sales and Marketing, covering multiple roles in the company. The founder has suitable experience and has built a strong team. The founder has a long history in this sector and just appointed a new CFO which will further enhance the stability of the management team and long term success of the company.


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    11 Feb 20 Crowdcube £54,700 / 27% 79.67%
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