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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 staff picks, so be sure to check out their analytics page to get more information if you’re interested in one of them.
Cityzenith, with a pre-money valuation of $36.4 million, is raising funds on Wefunder. The company has developed its SmartWorldOS Digital Twin software platform to solve the efficiency and carbon emissions problems related to buildings and infrastructure. The technology allows users to create virtual twins of physical buildings leading to cost savings and higher efficiencies.
Michael Jansen founded Cityzenith in April 2009. The proceeds of the current crowdfunding round, with a minimum raise of $50,000 and a maximum raise of $5,000,000, will be used towards sales and marketing, project delivery, R&D, and working capital. Cityzenith’s technology helps cities cut costs by 35% and reduce carbon emissions by up to 100%.
Inahsi Naturals, with a $6 million valuation cap, is raising funds on Republic. The company makes quality products for naturally curly hair textures. The hair care products of Inahsi Naturals define curls, moisturize, strengthen, repair damaged hair, reduce frizz, and improve scalp health.
Rhonda Marshall and Brian Marshall founded Inahsi Naturals in January 2019. The proceeds of the current crowdfunding round, with a minimum raise of $25,000 and a maximum raise of $1,070,000, will be used towards the expansion of the product line, a subscription purchase option, and a private membership community. Inahsi Naturals generated $541,000 in revenue in 2020, a 118% year-over-year increase from 2019. The business is compliant with EU regulations and has been profitable for three years.
Uncommon Giving, a financial services company, is raising funds independently through Reg A+ crowdfunding. The company is adding financial technology to charitable giving and changing the way people give, invest, and make an impact.
Ron Baldwin founded Uncommon Giving in 2018. The current crowdfunding round has no minimum goal and a maximum goal of $50,000,000. The funds will be used for technology enhancements, sales and marketing, and general corporate purposes. Uncommon Giving has already launched its first Uncommon ETF, Uncommon 50 Generosity Equity Index, that scores companies based on their community support, corporate philanthropy, and employee generosity benefits.