Over 76% of adults in the UK own smartphones; Repair Village provides a comparison website for repairing these along with the increasing volume of other devices. Having launched a beta website and Android app, over 9,500 quotes have been generated so far to 1,700 repair shops.
Vita is the world’s first vodka specifically designed to be mixed with water. This low-calorie option eliminates the need for sugar, gluten or additives in soft-drink mixers. Based on natural citruses from the Mediterranean, this triple distilled vodka has made its way into 5 countries through major distributors.
Paul and Pippa produces and sales a range of healthy and gourmet biscuits and crackers. All products are made with extra virgin olive oil, natural ingredients and are free from artificial flavorings and additives. The company is profitable and is present in 23 countries. The team is raising finance to accelerate growth and drive international expansion.
In a world where 8m tonnes of plastic waste enter our oceans every year, Recycling Technologies has developed an innovative machine to recycle plastic in a commercially attractive way. The machine is designed to turn plastic back into the oil it originally came from, for it to become plastic again.
TeachPitch solves the problem of information abundance for teachers and schools. The company’s software is used in hundreds of schools, is partnering with a major Education company in China and has started to certify its users to provide online tutoring to other educators on the platform.
Owned by an investment fund with experience of bringing companies to IPO, Appetise is an online takeaway marketplace with 370 restaurant partners and 60,000 live customer accounts. It is a value competitor in the £6bn industry, offering cheaper deals for restaurants and customers than Just Eat.
EQUUS was founded in 2013 in response to a clear gap in the extremely fragmented £4.3bn UK equestrian market. The business has grown from start-up to become the UK’s fastest growing online only equestrian retailer built on the principle of “by riders, for riders”.
Challenging the processed and mass-produced food markets, Sogud is a healthy snack brand with 150% month on month growth since launch. Already stocked in 80 retailers including TK Maxx, Sogud is raising funds to fulfil export opportunities and expand its product range.
eFOLDi aims to disrupt the $9bn mobility scooter industry with a portable, foldable and easily transportable scooter. Patented and awarded Winner of British Invention 2016, eFOLDi has signed distribution agreements worth £4.9m and awarded grants to continue to develop their products.
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