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Crowdfunding Opportunities in Leisure and Tourism


Premium Figaroo Leisure and Tourism EIS SEIS
Offering access to VIP experiences by connecting club goers and club promoters together through invite-only. Figaroo has created a technological solution for club owners to promote luxurious and exclusive nights for those looking to spend extra money for access to memorable areas and locations. Figaroo has already received 835 access requests and is in currently in discussion to expand their services to 20 cities, including Madrid and Milan. Their app can track a user's spending habits, how often they tend to go out and which clubs they frequently visit. This data can assist club promoters in ensuring they allocate funds at the right time and venues to attract their desired target audience.
investment: £45,010 target: £90,000 pre-money valuation: £600,000
status: Active 11 days
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Holiday Swap Leisure and Tourism
Holidaymakers can reduce their travel costs by 21% via an app to book rooms from £1 per night. Holiday Swap is an online community of users that share travel tips and swap accommodations, with no sub-letting. This allows travellers to tour anywhere in the world for less. Their MyMap Feature hosts more than 10,000 travel tips on points of interest within locations, which have been submitted by users of the platform. Holiday Swap is accessible via a fully developed mobile app and is available in 184 countries. There are 25,000 active users on the platform and the company is experiencing a user growth of 5,000% month-on-month. Holiday Swap has zero debt and revenue is generated via advertisements from tour boards and airlines on the app.
investment: £240,107 target: £350,007 pre-money valuation: £15,355,188
status: Funded 25 days
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Beds on Board Leisure and Tourism EIS
Connecting boat owners with guests looking to rent a waterside experience. Beds on Board's platform offers owners to gain an extra income, or even offset costs, by renting out their vacant boats for those who wish to visit unique locations. Beds on Board is the accommodation service that has attained support from British Marine, the largest marina group in the UK. More than 30,000 members have signed up to the platform with over 1,500 boats listed in more than 80 countries. To date, over 2,500 booking have been made with an average cost of £340. Revenue is generated from both boat owners and guests during the booking process. Additional options are also available for an extra fee, such as managed services in 5 star marinas.
investment: £180,435 target: £350,000 pre-money valuation: £3,500,000
status: Active 53 days
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LuxOlympus Mayfair Leisure and Tourism EIS SEIS
LuxOlympus Mayfair are a Travel Agency who specialise in luxurious and exclusive holidays across the globe and are regulated and authorised by the TTA (Travel Trust Association). They are currently in discussions to build a presents in the UK, Greece, Italy, The Philippines, Monaco and China.  This year they aim to appoint representative in 3 main cities of India. (EIS Pending)
investment: £121,910 target: £110,000 pre-money valuation: £885,000
status: Expired
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Prelinks is an app that helps you find the best nightlife in your city, meet other people going out to the same events and get tickets. Focusing on university students, Prelinks has grown rapidly since launch in September 2015, with over 50,000 users across 6 cities.
investment: £290,870 target: £750,000 pre-money valuation: £3,499,292
status: Expired
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Kingwood RIVER THAMES BOAT HIRE LIMITED Leisure and Tourism EIS
Kingwood-on-Thames Ltd is a company run by experienced businessman James Slater who is part of a truly enterprising family whose interests include amphibious tours in central London and the manufacture of amphibious machines. He’s spearheading the acquisition of River Thames Boat Hire Ltd – a riverboat charter company with an annual turnover of £100,000. After extensive research, James has identified several areas of the Thames Boat Hire business which can be improved on. Having singled out each of the weaknesses, Kingwood-on-Thames will remodel the business to strengthen it from the bottom up, creating new partnerships, enhancing facilities and delivering additional marketing to initially increase the number of annual charters from 50 to 250 over four years. This represents a conservative 35% of the boats potential usage (the company has outlined 728 charters per annum as part of its forecasts). It is expected this will take sales from £100,000 to £1.25m in 4 years. A £300,000 equity deal for 25% of the company is available to investors. James himself will be investing £100,000 of the total amount alongside Funding Tree investors. You can join James as he endeavors to turn a steady, under-appreciated charter company into a more profitable, sought-after business. Plans in brief: - James will hire a dedicated, passionate manager to handle the business and take it from zero marketing to multiple marketing techniques and also drive the creation of new partnerships to increase brand awareness. - A new website featuring efficient contact and booking systems is currently in development by Somerset Website Services. It will be launched in the next few weeks under the Kingwood-on-Thames Ltd (KTL) banner. - New online advertising and increased social media activity and email marketing campaigns. - The remodeling of the business to incorporate high value clients as well as standard clients. This charter business has a unique selling point in its vessel’s historical significance. The Kingswood vessel was one of the 861 ‘little ships’ used for the evacuation of the British Expeditionary Force from Dunkirk in Operation Dynamo between 27 May and 4 June 1940. (www.adls.org.uk). The boat is in excellent condition having completed a maintenance check and survey in spring 2014 by Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA).
investment: £31,100 target: £300,000 pre-money valuation: £900,000
status: Expired
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Ski Slipper attaches to your skis in seconds and enables you to reach the slopes without any of the stresses and strains normally associated with carrying your skis. After attaching Ski Slipper, your skis slide effortlessly along behind you. Ski Slipper works on all surfaces – snow, grass, gravel, tarmac or paved. Ski Slipper is ideal for both adults and children. It is durable, light and easy to fit. The flexible design stows into its own pouch which can be slipped into a jacket pocket.
investment: £33,734 target: £120,000 pre-money valuation: £179,925
status: Expired
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Chic Retreats Leisure and Tourism EIS
A boutique hotel aggregator aiming to provide travellers with the perfect place to stay. Chic Retreats work with hotel operators to provide a universal and less cumbersome digital interface for travellers to find a hotel with the bespoke experience they desire, all from one website.
investment: £708,150 target: £1,000,000 pre-money valuation: £4,000,000
status: Expired
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Tick Tock Unlock Leisure and Tourism EIS
Tick Tock is a profitable business, which was established in 2014 and their aim is to create amazing experiences for their guests using immersive entertainment. They are looking to launch their unique product in a London venue with free-roaming virtual reality experiences.
investment: £2,410 target: £1,000,000 pre-money valuation: £4,000,000
status: Expired
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Cloud Airport Spa are a chain of micro spas in international airports. They provide express 15-20 minute beauty treatments including manicures, pedicures, eyebrow shaping, eyelash extending and head and neck massaging.  They are currently in four sites and are looking to expand to more airports in the UK and Europe.
investment: £122,748 target: £350,000 pre-money valuation: £1,249,634
status: Expired
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Ridewithlocal Leisure and Tourism EIS
Ridewithlocal have engineered a marketplace designed to connect modern travel booking platforms and the existing services for action sports enthusiasts and simplify the process. Ridewithlocal currently have over 600 instructors based in countries all over the world.
investment: £88,510 target: £400,000 pre-money valuation: £1,750,538
status: Expired
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IHUMAN FITNESS LTD. Leisure and Tourism SEIS
iHuman Fitness Ltd brings the gym into the 21st century. The company offers fitness classes that move away from conventional gyming methods – big room with lots of people and perspiration – instead downsizing it into compact, personal training sessions where people interact with instructors on a human level. Sessions are a maximum of five, meaning a low ratio of participants to instructors. The company established its flagship gym in St. John’s Wood in May 2014. Since then it has grown to run 8 classes a day with 371 members. Along with its pop-up gym in Canary Wharf, which has attracted 100’s of people through its doors since opening in Summer 2015, the company is currently making sales of £7,560. With £80,000 investment for 10% of the business, iHuman Fitness will open a second permanent location in Canary Wharf – to be called The Office – with its pop-up site proving that there is a market for its popular take on fitness in the area. All going well, a third branch will open in Liverpool street by the end of 2016, and with all three sites bringing in business, by the end of 2018, the company expects to make total revenues of £1,876,700. The idea for iHuman was born from a rather somber chain of events. Owner Mohamed El-Kadey was only young when he suffered the loss his father to a heart attack. At the age of 26 he realised his own health was taking a downward spiral and feared he might suffer the same health issues as his late dad. This prompted him to re-evaluate his health and fitness, taking on a variety of fitness challenges including the London 2010, Berlin 2011, and Paris 2013 marathons as well as taking a new approach to nutrition. He decided he wanted to help people benefit from health and fitness – much in the same way he has in an attempt to prevent ill health for as many people as he could reach. This led to the opening of the first of his gym’s in 2014, offering small scale fitness classes that enable participants to actually learn about health and nutrition on a personal basis from instructors.
investment: £13,320 target: £80,000 pre-money valuation: £720,000
status: Expired
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