Pizza Rossa holds crowdfunding evenings

13 January 2015 by
Pizza Rossa holds crowdfunding evenings

Potential investors are invited to meet the founders of Pizza Rossa, which is turning to crowdfunding again to raise further funds for its business.

The company, which sells pizza-by-the-square-slice, has already raised £108,000 of its £150,000 target figure using the CrowdCube platform.

If the funding is raised, the money will enable the company to expand through a concession in West London, a presence at street markets and food festivals, and pop-up sites in shopping malls and supermarkets. Investments are eligible for Enterprise Investment Scheme tax relief and a total of 10.2% of the company's equity is being offered.

Founder Corrado Accardi will welcome potential funders to two events, tonight and on Friday 16 January, between 6pm and 8pm at the newest Pizza Rossa at 168 London Wall, London EC2.

He said: "The campaign has grabbed the attention of investors watching the steady growth of Pizza Rossa. We are now in the last stages of the fundraising and we are confident in the outcome."

The company has previously used crowdfunding to kick-start and grow its business.

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