Grocery delivery startup Grocemania is seeking £100k from the crowd to roll out its service across London and beyond.
The delivery platform has established a presence in Surrey and is wanting cash in return for 13.3% of its equity - valuing it at £650k - to build its service across London and Reading.
Customers can order groceries from local and chain shops for a flat £2.50 delivery fee on orders of a minimum of £10. It has so far acquired 350 active users and signed up over 20 stores in Kingston and Barnes, and is now looking to work with larger chains.
The company said it had achieved 60% month-on-month customer growth in its first five months of operation.