16% Raised

Short Summary

Tailwise (Featured by Evening Standard, BBC and TheNextWeb) helps match verified dog breeders to potential dog owners. Team incl. lead developer from Deliveroo. Providing significant improvements to pet insurers. Goal to eliminate puppy farming.

Highlights

  • Team includes ex lead developer from Deliveroo
  • No other advanced tech platforms for owners or breeders within the UK
  • Featured by Evening Standard, BBC and TheNextWeb
  • New government legislation (Lucy's Law) to end puppy farming
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Overview

Target
£600,000
Minimum
£25,000
Investment Raised
£100,000
Previous Rounds £200,000
Stage Achieving Sales
Investor Role Any

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