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Crowdfunding Opportunities in Consumer Products


Premium The Brand Cloud Consumer Products
One of the UK's leading natural & organic, beauty, health and well-being groups. The Brand Cloud has 10 businesses under its umbrella, with 4 being directly owned. The company has relationships with more than 200 retailers including Amazon, Tesco and Holland & Barrett and has over 75k contacts on their B2C network. The Brand Cloud has exclusive distribution agreements with brands and has developed multi-channel market routes.
investment: £316,710 target: £500,000 pre-money valuation: £2,460,000
status: Expired
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Premium Sundried Consumer Products EIS
Sundried make premium, ethical active wear. All of their products are handmade with premium fabrics and materials. Sundried's innovative construction and ergonomic features enable excellent performance. 
investment: £174,060 target: £125,000 pre-money valuation: £917,535
status: Funded
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Premium Steve Grindrod Amplification Consumer Products EIS
Steve Grindrod Amplification (SGA) creates guitar amplifiers designed by Steve Grindrod, arguably one of the best electric guitar amp designers in the world. SGA already have over 50 global distributors ready to go once they have the funds for their marketing campaign. 
investment: £3,300 target: £150,000 pre-money valuation: £150,000
status: Expired
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Premium Taylor & Hart Consumer Products EIS
Taylor & Hart are a fast growing and award-winning retailer, specialising in bespoke engagement rings and fine diamond jewellery. With the aim of making bespoke jewellery affordable and accessible they offer a tech-enabled online bespoke design service.
investment: £484,264 target: £1,300,010 pre-money valuation: £5,010,718
status: Expired
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Reve En Vert Consumer Products EIS
Reve En Vert is an online destination for sustainable and ethical fashion. The fashion industry is one of the most polluting industries in the world. Reve En Vert have created a curated platform for ethical designers from all over the world to showcase their products.
investment: £120,770 target: £350,000 pre-money valuation: £2,000,571
status: Funded
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Beara Beara Consumer Products EIS
Beara Beara are a designer brand of handmade leather bags with shops in London and Shanghai, and with a large amount of online sales. The classic British designer bags promote quality, adventure and style teamed with intricate Bolivian craft. 
investment: £254,390 target: £380,000 pre-money valuation: £2,786,667
status: Expired
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Desmond & Dempsey Consumer Products EIS
Desmond & Dempsey are a retailer of luxury sleepwear. They make products that "make every day feel like a Sunday". Through their website alone they have sold over 2,000 pairs & generated £196k revenue to date. Desmond & Dempsey have secured repeat orders from international retailers such as Selfridges & Bergdorf Goodman.
investment: £74,910 target: £50,000 pre-money valuation: £550,240
status: Funded
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Repair Village Consumer Products EIS SEIS
Repair Village is a phone repair comparison website, which enables the customer to find trusted local repair shops and compare which is the nearest, cheapest or offers the longest warranty.
investment: £21,060 target: £75,000 pre-money valuation: £145,600
status: Expired
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RACHEL JAMES LTD Consumer Products SEIS
Rachel JAMES is a luxury casual menswear label that featured in London’s men’s fashion week in January this year. The Creative Director, Rachel James is a British menswear designer and BA (Hons) graduate of Fashion Design from the University of Westminster. During her education she gained invaluable experience working within all areas of the fashion industry, from design to production, pattern cutting to print, PR to Sales at companies including Acne Studios, Todd Lynn and Christian Dior. However it could be argued her rise in the fashion ranks is owed to a rather fortuitous event during a graduate internship at an Australian fashion house. People who eventually go on to become huge successes often get a lucky break somewhere along the line. Rachel had hers in 2013 when she was interning at Australian fashion designer Josh Goot in Sydney. While working in the fashion label’s studio, the brand’s design co-ordinater unexpectedly went on leave, leaving Rachel to take charge of many of his duties as well as her own – leading a team of around 10 employees and overseeing both design and production of the collection at that time. She performed her impromptu role so impeccably well that she was instructed to lead a project to re-define and re-design the whole design process within the company – ultimately setting her on the path to understanding what it takes to become a fully-fledged menswear designer. Fast forward a few months to 2015 and Rachel’s passion for her work and hunger for recognition were two characteristics that helped her secure an invitation to show her new collection at men’s fashion week in London (LC:M) earlier this year. For a graduate designer this is unheard of; applicants typically have 4/5 seasons behind them before they are considered for any space at such a prestigious event. The exhibition proved a great success for showcasing, networking and publicising the brand: Rachel JAMES has since been invited to showcase again this season, has been featured in Italian Vogue and has had pieces requested to style British artists Calvin Harris, Tom Odell, Mark Ronson and Skepta. From the debut, the label’s PR team have been inundated with press requests and website traffic was given a huge boost. The company is now ready to start making sales with the online shop having just opened for business. The designer is offering a 25% equity for £50,000 investment. This is a brand that designs and produces creative, exciting, casual menswear, using luxurious fabrics and impeccable 100% British manufacturing. It is offering investors the chance to come onboard at an early stage.
investment: £8,050 target: £50,000 pre-money valuation: £150,000
status: Expired
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The Essential One Consumer Products EIS
The Essential One ship child and baby products to 71 countries worldwide. They are a multi-channel business with a number of products in their portfolio. They increased sales by 148% to £1.8m last year and are raising to extend the distribution channels and increase new high margin products.
investment: £121,930 target: £350,000 pre-money valuation: £3,299,635
status: Expired
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We Are Gntlmen Consumer Products EIS
We Are Gntlmen is a menswear brand on a mission to re-invent the gentleman by selling high quality, great fitting men's shirts online and with The Chapar. Their products are produced in limited quantities from high-quality cotton, cotton blends, and fine merino wools and are made with attention to detail from start to finish, with contrast button threads, subtle embroideries and to achieve the perfect fit.
investment: £55,370 target: £125,000 pre-money valuation: £500,000
status: Expired
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Sugru is a mouldable glue designed for fixing and making things. The adhesive fixes to almost any surface and overnight turns into a strong durable rubber which is cold and heat resistant, waterproof, U.V proof and still flexible and removable. The product is currently available in over 5000 stores and has plans to launch a new Sugru Formula in 2017 which is suitable for all the family, including children from 8 years old.
investment: £1,987,100 target: £1,500,000 pre-money valuation: £24,908,451
status: Expired
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