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IZZY MELODY LIMITED

Status: Funded

Izzy Melody are designers and developers of UK manufactured baby care products. Currently, Izzy Melody are selling their products in John Lewis and Mothercare in the UK as well as 8 other countries worldwide.

 
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pledged: 106% days to go: 17 investment: £796,203

  • £500
    pledged
  • 1%
    of goal
  • Funded
    16 Apr 2016

    £60,000
    target

    £240,000
    pre-money valuation

    20.00%
    equity available

    1
    investors

    £500
    pledge per investor

    09043404
    company number

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  • Internet Business Awards Category Award Winner 2015
  • Hertfordshire Business Awards Finalist 2014

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