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WhatImpact

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Apr 12th 2021 - Aug 12th 2021

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whatimpact is a social impact technology entity that uses AI and specific reporting tools to match charities and social enterprises, termed 'Recipients', with donor companies and grant-makers, termed 'Supporters' to ensure efficiency and transparency in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and grant-making. whatimpact aspires to become a contender in the CSR segment that is estimated to be worth over £76 billion in reputational value to UK corporates. The business has onboarded 20 companies and 120 charities/Social Enterprises in Q1 2021 including EY, Brewin Dolphin, and Engie. whatimpact has a further 500 charities/social enterprises and 45 corporates in the pipeline. Its subscriptions range from £100/month to £2,000/month. It will use the investment to develop its algorithm and datasets, engage in customer acquisition, and build its leadership team.

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  • £375,002
    pledged
  • 125%
    of goal

    £300,000
    target

    £3,500,000
    pre-money valuation

    3.13%
    equity available

    1
    investors

    £375,002
    pledge per investor

    10236472
    company number

    Active
    company status

    16/06/2016
    incorporated 5 years

    £0.02
    share price

    Previous Funding rounds
    12 Apr 21 Envestors £375,002 / 125%
    News

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  • £375,002
    pledged
  • 125%
    of goal

    £300,000
    target

    £3,500,000
    pre-money valuation

    3.13%
    equity available

    1
    investors

    £375,002
    pledge per investor

    10236472
    company number

    Active
    company status

    16/06/2016
    incorporated 5 years

    £0.02
    share price

    Previous Funding rounds
    12 Apr 21 Envestors £375,002 / 125%
    News
  • Internet Business Awards Category Award Winner 2015
  • Hertfordshire Business Awards Finalist 2014

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