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My Beer Case launch equity crowdfunding campaign

Published: Wed 12 Sep 2018 04:44 PM
My Beer Case launch equity crowdfunding campaign
Auckland-based on-demand alcohol delivery service, My Beer Case, have launched an equity crowdfunding campaign on PledgeMe. They are aiming to raise a minimum of $120,000 and a maximum of $250,000 to refresh their online store, increase their delivery crew and grow their customer base.
“We’re proud to be the first dedicated alcohol delivery service in New Zealand to reach out to our crowd and to have them invest in us” says founder Harmeet Sehgal. “In our first year of operating, we’ve built a loyal customer base through our professional service and an attention to detail. We now want them to join our crowd by owning a part of My Beer Case.”
The plan is now to improve and grow the service throughout Auckland, before turning their attention to bringing on-demand alcohol delivery to Christchurch and Wellington.
“The current capital raise will help us to realise our growth plans and scale the business” says Sehgal.
“It’s fantastic to see My Beer Case involve their crowd in their growth journey.” says Barry Grehan, PledgeMe’s Chief Lending Officer.
My Beer Case’s equity crowdfunding campaign is open until Monday, 8th October. You can check it out at pldg.me/mybeercase.
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