Rabble is a gamified fitness program that disguises exercise in fun, team-based games. Created by an ex-international athlete and backed by investors from LA Fitness & Liverpool football club, Rabble has grown quickly to 100 licensed sites building engaged and healthy communities across the UK.
TOG designs & sells handmade kitchen knives forged in the Samurai sword capital of Japan. Its knives are endorsed by 10 Michelin star chefs and appear on cooking shows such as Masterchef. Revenue has grown 60% 17-18 and the company is profitable. TOG is raising to grow its team & product range.
Festicket is one of the world’s largest marketplaces for music festival experiences. Backed by Edge Investments, Beringea and Channel 4 and with over 1mn customers to date, Festicket allows customers to discover, plan and book their festival experiences in one place.
We’re delighted to have seen revenue grow by 50% when compared to the same time last year, despite the political and economic uncertainty. Building on a great start to the year, we’ve got some stand-out businesses that will be launching on Crowdcube in the coming months.
Here’s an overview of the businesses that went into overfunding on Crowdcube in the last week. Take a look below to find out more.
Gamified fitness program Rabble is currently raising funds on Crowdcube. We catch up with founder Charlotte Roach to hear about her start-up story, and why she wants to make exercise accessible to everyone.
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