Welcome to our world of stripes - we would love you to join us on this exciting journey.
Welcome to the world of stripe + stare. A brand devoted to stripes in the fashion and lifestyle sector.
S+S are raising investment to grow and scale their product range and marketing for the proven brand concept. Currently in women's fashion and gifts, next expansion into children and homewares.
Soon, a crowdfunding campaign will start on Crowdcube, Europe’s largest equity crowdfunding platform. As an early adopter, business partner or friend, we’re giving you first access, before we launch to the public. Tell us your level of interest and preregister without obligation.
We are looking to raise £210K which will be for growth, business development and working capital including investment in stock, marketing and staff.
To make a profit on your investment, you will generally need to sell your shares for more than the amount you invested. In a best case scenario, the value of your shares will rise in line with the growth of business you invested in, and you will be able to see your shares when the business floats on a stock exchange or is bought by another company (i.e. an exit event).
We would love to hear from you! Any questions at all or if you would like to see a full investor pack as well as comprehensive numbers then just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Since launch we have; sold 80% of our stock in just 2 months; achieved a customer return rate of 20%; mentorship secured from Julian Granville, Chairman of Boden; Sold out of knickers, certain cashmere and Bretons in 3 weeks; 100% success rate for all wholesale accounts approached, including Shopbop, Mojo & McCoy & Twenty; Instagram followers from 0 to 2,500 in 3 months generating 15% of sales.
We are working with Crowdcube, the leading Crowdfunding platform from the United Kingdom to run our Crowdfunding campaign. To invest, simply create an account at http://www.crowdcube.com and follow the instructions.
Investing in startups involves risks, including loss of capital, illiquidity, lack of dividends and dilution, and it should be done only as part of a diversified portfolio.