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We launched Riley five months ago and we’ve got BIG plans! You, our loyal customers and community, have played such an important role in our success so far. That’s why we’re giving you the first chance to invest in Riley via crowdfunding.
We’ve already come such a long way from running the business in a garage in West Cork. We’re now on track to help with over 5,000 menstrual cycles by the end of the year, and we’ve kicked off partnerships with corporates and universities to supply their bathrooms with eco-friendly period products. But our ambition is even bigger, and to take Riley to the next level we need a little extra helping hand. That’s where you come in.
What is crowdfunding?
Crowdfunding is when a company raises funds from a large number of people in order to access capital and grow its business. It gives you the opportunity to own a part of the company you invest in. In this case, you can invest as little as £13/€16 and you will get an equity share in Riley and be part of our journey as we scale across Europe. Of course, the more you invest the more equity you get.
Owning shares in our company means that you'll own a slice of our business, which may increase or decrease in value depending on how Riley performs. If we continue to grow and are successful, the value of your shares may rise!
How do I get involved?
Right now, we’re offering you the opportunity to register their interest in investing in Riley. All people who pre-register will be given the first opportunity to invest and you will receive an exclusive email inviting you to invest within a few weeks of pre-registering.
Seedrs will guide you through the whole process from pre-registering your interest to making an investment and beyond. They have a really helpful guide here about their authorisation process, how to browse campaigns, how to invest, how to make a payment and how to cancel an investment.
A note from Seedrs Investing involves risks, including loss of capital, illiquidity, lack of dividends and dilution, and should be done only as part of a diversified portfolio. This blog post has been approved as a financial promotion by Seedrs Limited, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (No. 550317)