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Harry Brompton's has increased its equity offering from 10.7% to 13.3%. That's 24% extra over and above what had originally intended to release for the same £300,000 target raise. The pre money valuation is now £1.95m.
Harry Brompton's is the world's first premium alcoholic Ice Tea. Launched in 2013 we have grown rapidly selling nearly 1,000,000 bottles of our award winning teas across 11 countries and are stocked in leading retailers including Waitrose, Sainsbury’s, Ocado, Whole Foods and Harrods. Awarded the 2015 Virgin Foodpreneur prize by Sir Richard Branson our goal is to make Harry Brompton’s the world’s leading brand in premium ready to drink (RTD)
Founder: Ian O'Donohue
Ian O'Donohue and his experienced team are on a mission to introduce the world to proper British Ice Tea.
- Location: Wandsworth, London
- Target: £300,000 (13.33% equity)
- Share Type: A (£5,000), B
- Tax Relief: EIS
- Days Left: 0
- Payments: UK Only
- Sectors: Food and Drink, Consumer products
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