Last summer, the London start-up successfully secured over £2 million during its equity crowdfunding campaign on Crowdcube. The company’s technology converts footsteps into electricity, making it possible to power services in high-footfall locations, as well as provide real-time data for analytics.
Founder and CEO of Pavegen took to his Twitter account today to share a snapshot of the baked goods:
— Laurence KC (@LaurenceKC) February 11, 2016
Also sharing their appreciation for Pavegen’s gift, the Crowdcube team tweeted:
— Crowdcube (@Crowdcube) February 11, 2016
Earlier this week, co-founder of Crowdcube, Darren Westlake, stated:
“The past five years have been amazing. To think that we’ve created a world first in equity crowdfunding, forming a global company, employing 80 people with five offices is just incredible in what’s a relatively short time. We owe it all to those who believed in us in those early days and of course, the team we’ve built.”
The platform revealed a timeline of significant events and equity crowdfunding milestones.