Tag Archives: crowdfunding

Bike Rental Manager moves closer to B2C goal following crowdfunding campaign

Creators of bike rental software Bike Rental Manager (BRM) has surpassed its crowdfunding target, raising 123% of the initial £250,000 goal. The team has started to implement its plans for growth by hiring two sales consultants and a customer success manager, who, along with recently appointed marketing agency Digital Ethos, …

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Veer Cycle geared up to disrupt light EV drivetrain segment

Veer Cycle is geared up to disrupt the light EV drivetrain segment with the help of equity crowdfunding. Targeted at the light electric vehicle (LEV) segment, which includes e-bikes, e-scooters and e- motorcycles, Veer’s Split Belt Drive is intended to replace aftermarket metal chains and secure partnerships with LEV manufacturers. …

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Delfast raises $3.4 million in crowdfunding campaign for R&D centre

Ukrainian startup Delfast has closed the first round of its crowdfunding campaign on Fundable, raising $3.4 million from local and foreign investors. Launched by Delfast in November 2020, the campaign is aimed at constructing the R&D centre that will satisfy the rising demand for electric bikes and fulfil the requests …

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HumanForest raises £1.27 million in crowdfunding campaign

HumanForest has successfully completed its crowdfunding campaign, raising £1.27 million. “I would like to offer a warm welcome to HumanForest’s 523 new shareholders,” said Agustin Guilisasti, CEO and founder. “It gives me and the whole team at HumanForest great excitement to know that so many people from all around the …

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HumanForest’s crowdfunding campaign reaches £1.25 million

HumanForest has secured its target crowdfunding investment of £1.25 million. The campaign is now overfunded thanks to commitments from more than 445 investors. Capital raised will be used by HumanForest to acquire 1,500 electric bikes, expand into 15 London boroughs by summer 2021 and grow internationally in 2022. HumanForest launched its …

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Delfast sales grow to $2 million, crowdfunding campaign launched

Delfast has launched a crowdfunding campaign on Fundable with the goal to raise $3 million. The Fundable campaign plan is to construct an e-bike R&D centre to accommodate the rising demand and fulfil the requests Delfast has already received. The company experienced a 405% increase in sales in Q2, when …

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HumanForest launches £1 million crowdfunding campaign

HumanForest has launched a £1 million crowdfunding campaign with Crowdcube. Capital raised through the campaign will be used to buy more e-bikes, allowing the company to open in ten London boroughs next spring with 1,000 e-bikes, before adding five more boroughs and 500 e-bikes by July 2021. After London, the …

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Laka to aid next phase of development with Seedrs crowdfunding campaign

Laka has announced a Seedrs crowdfunding campaign. Currently, Laka is participating in the Seedrs pre-registration phase. This provides potential investors with an opportunity to register interest and enjoy priority investment access (for as little as a £10 investment) prior to the crowdfunding campaign opening publicly. The pre-registration phase closes at …

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HUUB launches crowdfunding campaign, sees cycling sales rise by 681%

Derby-based HUUB has launched a Crowdcube campaign. It is looking to raise a minimum of £250,000 to accelerate growth into new territories and through category expansion and extension. Olympic medallist triathletes and long-term HUUB athletes, brothers Alistair and Jonny Brownlee, have kickstarted the raise which will enable HUUB to continue …

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Electric Cycle Company to open “UK’s largest” e-bike shop

The Electric Cycle Company (ECC) is moving to a 4,000 square foot, carbon-neutral premises in Edinburgh. Boogie, host of Forth 1’s Breakfast Show, joined Neill Hope, MD of the Electric Cycle Company, to launch a crowdfunding campaign to renovate the building into a new store and workshop, the “biggest e-bike …

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