Learn more about Fingal’s and why it’s worth investing
Pursuing a dream is never easy! We have found a wonderful space on the high street in Maze Hill but we need help to get it ready so we can spread the aroma of freshly baked bread across south London each day. The new space will house a fully equipped bakery – stone floored deck oven, mixers, refrigeration – where we will be able to bake hundreds of loaves daily and lots more besides, to be sold in our beautifully designed on-site bakery shop and cafe where we’ll also be serving superb coffee and leaf teas.
Bread may appear to be a ubiquitous product but good bread isn’t. Our bread will be made on-site with unique tasting starters – wheat, rye, gluten-free – that will naturally last longer than store-bought varieties and will help bring further life, business and employment to London’s already bustling Maze Hill. We need your help to do that.
With a surge of small independent craft bakeries and cafés opening over the last three years, we feel it’s the perfect time to raise investment and invite others to share in our success.
Investing via Angel Investment Network (AIN) is quite simple – you just need to sign up to AIN investor community. The first round of equity funding will be opening in 4 weeks and we are delighted to invite you to review this opportunity. Invest in Fingal’s from as little as £50 and you will be eligible for exclusive Rewards (reward value calculated based on the amount of investment - the higher the investment amount, the greater the reward) and become part of our Fingal’s bakery community.
Investing in startups involves risks, including loss of capital, lack of dividends and dilution, and it should be done only as part of a diversified portfolio.
Because we want to involve as many people as possible, the minimum investment is £50.
A 3 year financial plan is produced.
Planning approval has been granted for the bakery fit out.
Company secured a lease on premises for their offices, bakery and shop, and started work on updating electrics, lighting, new flooring, security doors and certain equipment.
Product range & menu has been fully developed.
Architectural visualisations and a video have been developed showing the shop/cafe and bakery and our fantastic farmers’ market connection.
The company has acquired the services of three retail consultants who have wide experience in bakery/cafe/shop areas and already are working on project planning and management, food development, sourcing ingredients, bakery software and accounting, HACCP, and reviewing bakery equipment.
To make a profit on your investment, you will generally need to sell your shares for more than the amount you invested. In a best case scenario, the value of your shares will rise in line with the growth of business you invested in, and you will be able to see your shares when the business floats on a stock exchange or is bought by another company (e.g. an exit event).
Fitting out bakery, shop and cafe, including front of house equipment - coffee machine, dishwasher etc.
Purchasing main oven, mixers, ancillary bakery equipment, packaging, ingredients.
Initial staffing costs for bakery, shop, market stall equipment, coffee machines, vehicles, including a major program of staff training before the opening.
Marketing the whole launch on all forms of social media from approx six weeks beforehand and then on an on-going basis, advertising through news publications and leaflet distrubution.
A social media manager and launch manager.
Product development from the test kitchen through all stages of bakery production and onto the shelves.
Service charges, rent, rates etc.
We look forward to hearing from you. Just contact us at email@example.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible.