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The latest deals available for investment are out! We’ve created a list so you can see all these new startups in one easy place.
We’ve also highlighted three exciting deals below. These are not KingsCrowd recommendations, so be sure to check out their analytics page to get more information if you’re interested in one of them.
with a valuation cap of $8.5 million, is raising funds on Republic. It is an online marketplace that helps buyers search local partial stone slabs by the size, color, and type of their choice. The users can also get a quote for installation and see the stone in person.
Tazio Diehl and Zach House founded CountertopSmart in January 2019. The proceeds of the current crowdfunding raise, with a minimum goal of $25,000 and a maximum goal of $1,070,000, will be used to grow the team, continue market expansion, and execute growth. CountertopSmart has sold over 2,000 partial slabs and generated 22% revenue from repeat purchases. It has a $750,000 run rate and a 50% take rate.
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with a $6 million pre-money valuation, is raising funds on Wefunder. The company organizes underwater safaris that help save the planet. The safaris remove plastics from oceans and provide real-time data to scientists dealing with problems related to underwater life.
Keith Crossland founded Immerse Underwater Safari in January 2020. The proceeds of the current crowdfunding campaign, with a minimum raise of $100,000 and a maximum raise of $1,070,000, will be used for submersible and drone acquisition, infrastructure and support equipment, and company setup and operations. Immerse Underwater Safari has a 10-year exclusive contract with three 5-star resorts, The Ritz Carlton, Patina, and Capella, in the Maldives. The company will take the guests on underwater safaris in their state-of-the-art submersibles.
with a pre-money valuation of $9.05 million, is raising crowdfunding on Wefunder. The company places advertising and entertainment content inside and on top of rideshare vehicles of companies like Uber and Lyft using digital screens and software. The drivers add incremental income to their trips, while the passengers get new entertainment and discover new products.
Robert Flessner and James Bellefeuille founded VUGO in 2015 and have raised over $1.3 million since the inception. The proceeds of the current crowdfunding round, with a minimum raise of $50,000 and a maximum raise of $1,070,000, will be used towards operating expenses, development and tech management, and market expansion. VUGO has partnerships with Disney and VIA Ridesharing.