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Status: Funded

HireHand is a VC-backed platform connecting people and businesses. The company has helped more than 2000 people in earning £3M by giving valuable support to 750 businesses owners in the UK. It has 750 businesses on its platform and it has received a 4.5-star quality rating from businesses. HireHand aims to provide people with stability and flexibility instead of under-employment and insecurity. It has been featured in the Financial Times media platform. HireHand has received funding from Mustard Seed Impact VC. With the proceeds, the company will hire additional technical talent and launch in New York (food retail) and London construction (scaffolding).

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HireHand Rating Report

Pitch Rated

74%

overall

Management

74%

Product

76%

Investment

71%

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What the ratings mean

  • 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 74%

Skills 64%
The Founder has shown he has strong industry insight and his team has sufficient skills to grow the business so far but unclear as to the status of the marketing lead.

Funding progress



  • £1,014,195
    pledged
  • 101%
    of goal
  • Funded
    29 Nov 2019

    £1,000,005
    target

    £10,600,928
    pre-money valuation

    0.00%
    equity available

    285
    investors

    £3,559
    pledge per investor

    09346046
    company number

    08/12/2014
    incorporated 5 years

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    Investment
    £
    Equity
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    Funding rounds
    10 Oct 19 Seedrs £1,014,195 / 101% 73.666666666667%
  • Internet Business Awards Category Award Winner 2015
  • Hertfordshire Business Awards Finalist 2014

As seen in:

  • The Guardian
  • Financial Times
  • Yahoo! Finance
  • The Times
  • The Daily Telegraph