Having sold his first business to Just Eat, Josh Magidson founded Zing Zing to change the face of the Chinese food takeout and delivery industry by offering modern, healthy food, cooked fresh and delivered fast. With a turnover of £1m in 2015 and having achieved profitability from two restaurants, Zing Zing is backed by investors and advisors with experience of Wagamamas, Chipotle and Domino’s and is ready to scale.
goHenry is a digital banking solution that will make your kids smarter at managing money than you are. goHenry's pre-paid debit card and app come with unique parental controls to help teach young people good money habits. With over 200k users and 10k joining every month, KPMG & H2 Ventures named goHenry one of the world’s "Leading 100" FinTech innovators.
Vivobarefoot is a shoe business with sales of £10m, profitable for the last two years and growing at 30% a year. With a complete collection for Off Road, Exercise, Everyday & Kids, based on patented ultra-thin puncture resistant soles and one simple insight; shoes should let your feet do their natural thing. Vivobarefoot are on a mission to make the perfect shoe… perfect for feet.
Witt’s new revolutionary patented energy harvester converts motion on land, sea and air into electricity. It converts all motion from every direction into electricity and can scale from big WITTs to generate grid scale ocean power down to miniature WITTs to recharge mobile phones whilst walking, and to every size between for many applications. Global companies are working with them on their 1st product. They want to empower the world, will you?
Monzo (previously trading as Mondo) - a bank as smart as your phone. Built for your smartphone, this is banking like never before. One that updates your balance instantly, gives intelligent notifications, and is easy to use.
GripIt is the ‘World’s Ultimate Plasterboard Fixing’, holding extreme loads of up to 225kg and is designed to be the only fixing on the market which can fit into any plasterboard application. The GripIt’s patented design offers a quick, easy and secure fixing solution to DIY’ers and tradesmen, allowing them to hang or fix anything to plasterboard without the need for further supports.
Rentify helps landlords market, manage, and make more money from their properties by using technology to make the process faster, cheaper, and hassle-free. Thousands of landlords join the platform each month to market and manage. Led by senior executives from Google, Samsung, and Zoopla, the business has grown to more than 200,000 transacted customers, 140,000 processed properties, and £156m of property under management cumulatively in London.
Pocket is a fast growing property developer delivering affordable homes to London’s middle earners. As house prices rise in the Capital beyond the reach of many on average incomes, Pocket has seen demand grow steeply - 20,000 people are now registered to buy one of our homes. The Pocket Land Bond offers 10% interest p.a. for investments of £250 or more, and will help us buy more land on which to build affordable starter homes.
POD Point are one of the UK's fastest growing tech companies and supply electric vehicle charging solutions to drivers and businesses nationwide. They've shipped more than 20,000 charge points and provided over 10 million miles of electric motoring.
Vulpine, which creates cycling clothing for your life on and off the bike, offering beautifully detailed style and performance, to wear anywhere, is in administration.
BrewDog is one of the UK’s fastest growing food & drink brands. Through our passion for craft beer, we have grown by an average of 138% a year since 2007 and built a community of 30,000 Equity Punk investors.
Wool and the Gang, a global fashion brand, is disrupting the traditional business model by empowering customers to produce fashion at home. Replacing the factory with the strength of the maker movement means sustainably produced fast fashion. In 2014, sales grew +321% selling to 65+ countries. Retailers included John Lewis, Harvey Nichols and Whistles. Index Ventures and Wellington Partners are both investing.
Named a ‘Disruptor of the Year’ by the Financial Times, eMoov is an online estate agent backed by James Caan, Maxfield Capital and Episode 1, the VC behind Zoopla and LOVEFiLM. Challenging the property sector, the company charge a fixed-rate, lower fee, which so far this year has saved its customers £6m. Led by a team hailing from the likes of Groupon and Rated People the company’s bespoke platform is built for scale.
HOCHANDA, the “Home Of Crafts Hobbies AND Arts”, has launched its new TV shopping channel on Sky, Freeview, Freesat and IPTV. Formed by a team who have successfully built and sold similar businesses to achieve a significant market share in the growing £3.4bn UK craft, hobby and art market, the offering provides enthusiasts and trade suppliers with an opportunity to invest and own shares in HOCHANDA enjoying exclusive shareholder benefits.
Grind is an established group of Espresso and Cocktail Bars in London with a loyal following and a burning ambition to revolutionise the coffee drinking experience. Born from a desire to find ‘real’ coffee - Melbourne born DJ and musician Kaz James and his entrepreneur buddy David Abrahamovitch teamed up to develop a group of beautiful spaces in London for eating, meeting and drinking – to a killer soundtrack.
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