Tagged: menswear

A Shoe in Success: Undandy Becomes First Portuguese Crowdfunding Campaign on Crowdcube

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To paraphrase Nancy Sinatra, these shoes were made for funding. Undandy, a custom-made shoes company, has paired with Crowdcube and has made quick steps toward a successful campaign. The first Portuguese startup to list on Crowdcube, Undandy aims to raise £1,000,000 for 8.77% equity offered. Pre-money valued… Read More

Now Trending on Crowdcube: Thread’s £1.5M+ Bespoke Shopping Update

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Thread, a new retail experience that combines AI with stylists, has now secured over £1.5 million — overfunding by more than 312% — on its first Crowdcube equity crowdfunding campaign. 2.23% equity is being offered. The first £1 million raised on Crowdcube was accomplished quickly –£500,000 invested in… Read More

Overfunding: Menswear Brand Troubadour Goods Surpasses £500,000 Funding Target on Seedrs

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Troubadour Goods, a London-based menswear brand that specializes in designing and creating handcrafted leather goods, has successfully secured its initial £500,000 during its equity crowdfunding campaign on Seedrs. Over 100 investors have offered up funds through the campaign. The company, which was founded by Samuel… Read More

Update: Troubadour Goods Nears £500,000 Funding Target on Seedrs

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Troubadour Goods, a London-based menswear fashion brand, is nearing its £500,000 crowdfunding campaign funding target on Seedrs. The company launched the initiative earlier this month and so far has secured more than £480,000 from nearly 80 investors. As previously reported, the brand was founded by Samuel Bail… Read More

Menswear Label Percival Looks to Raise £250,000 on Crowdcube For London Growth

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Percival, a London-based menswear label, has recently launched a Crowdcube initiative to raise £250,000 as it continues to growth its presence in England’s capital. The company, which started trading in 2010, has received recognition for its fashion designs and backing from celebrities, including British model, Alexa… Read More

Fashion Designer Rachel James Seeks £50,000 on Funding Tree to Get Her Casual Menswear Line Off the Ground

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Ready to expand her already-success business, London-based  designer Rachel James has launched an equity crowdfunding campaign on Funding Tree to raise £50,000 for her self-titled luxury casual menswear fashion line. The new brand, which first appeared London’s men’s fashion week in January this year, was created by the British university… Read More

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