Following a successful launch in Ireland, where the service has almost 5,000 subscribers, Sian’s Plan is now seeking £100,000 of investment to fund the company’s entry into the British market.
The business is offering 12.5% of equity, raising money from the European investment community on Seedrs (www.seedrs.com), a crowd-funding platform that enables individuals to buy shares in early-stage start-ups.
Last year, Sian’s Plan raised £250,000 in seed capital to develop the service. The Seedrs listing now offers individuals an exciting opportunity to invest in this disruptive new business.
With Brits facing crises in obesity and rising food prices, Sian’s Plan offers consumers an attractive way to improve household nutrition, save money, cut out food waste and eliminate the stress associated with cooking and grocery shopping.
From just £3.99 per month, the website will help households save four and a half hours a week and at least £700 every year by cutting down the hours spent in the kitchen and saving costs on food waste.
The service takes its name from the Founder, Sian Breslin, a professional home economist, who launched the website with her son, Vincent, who has been described by The Guardian as one of London’s hottest culinary entrepreneurs.
Sian Breslin, Co-Founder, says, The funds we are seeking will be used for development of the brand, development costs, marketing, and enabling the service to reach the widest audience possible.
Sian’s Plan offers an exciting opportunity for individuals looking to invest in a disruptive new service that will revolutionise the way British consumers approach home cooking and grocery shopping.
We created the website to help households eat healthily, save money and reduce food waste through an affordable service that easily integrates into the daily routine of life.
Alysia Wanczyk CME, Seedrs, says, The Sian’s Plan team are not only inviting foodies, techies and fans to own a slice of their business they’re inviting them to help shape the business and drive its growth. Along with their previous investors from Halo NI (angel network), investors can be mentors, marketeers, customers, and supporters for the business as it expands into the UK that can be really exciting.
Sian’s Plan costs £5.99 each month, with the cost of a quarterly subscription at £4.99 per month and annually at £3.99 per month.
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