Alpha Motor Corporation Featured Among New Impact Offerings - January 22, 2024
This Week's New Crowdfund Offerings With Social Impact, Minority, Women and LGBTQ Founders
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Each week, Superpowers for Good shares a list of new impact-related offerings added to FINRA-Registered crowdfunding portals and by broker-dealers. We’ll share four separate lists:
Impact offerings as determined by KingsCrowd reviews.
Offerings with minority founders.
Deals with women founders.
Those with LGBTQ founders.
See the lists below.
SuperCrowd Social Impact Offering(s) of the Week:
CGB Green Liberty Notes is raising funds on Raise Green. The company is a part of Connecticut Green Bank and aims to accelerate green energy adoption in Connecticut. CGB Green Liberty focuses on supporting small businesses that are advancing energy efficiency and helps them in reducing their energy costs. The company has mobilized over $2.43 billion of investment into the clean energy economy of Connecticut. Bryan Garcia founded CGB Green Liberty Notes in October 2021. The current crowdfunding campaign has a minimum target of $50,000 and a maximum target of $350,000. The campaign proceeds will be used for debt service. (Courtesy of KingsCrowd.)
SuperCrowd Minority Founders Offering(s) of the Week:
Alpha Motor Corporation, with a valuation of $350.11 million, is raising funds on StartEngine. It is an automobile and mobility company focused on manufacturing sport, utility, and adventure electric vehicles. Alpha Motor Corporation’s patented and unique vehicle system includes dimensionally adjustable chassis and interchangeable power components, interior components, and other components. The company has received 66,000 pre-orders and is moving towards pre-production vehicle development. Edward Lee and Jada Lee founded Alpha Motor Corporation in August 2020. The current crowdfunding campaign has a minimum target of $14,970 and a maximum target of $3.02 million. The campaign proceeds will be used for marketing, research and development, company employment, operations, working capital, and reserves. (Courtesy of KingsCrowd.)
SuperCrowd Women Founders Offering(s) of the Week:
Esoes Cosmetics, with a valuation of $7 million, is raising funds on Wefunder. The company is fighting drug-facilitated assault and violence with its patented smart safety products. Esoes Cosmetics’ products include a tech-enabled lipstick that could save your life and a drug-detection nail polish. The business has also developed a customisable Safety App available on both iOS and Android that comes with a panic button. Esoes Cosmetics has over 75,000 social media followers and 10 million views on social media. Joy Hoover and Philip Hoover founded Esoes Cosmetics in October 2021. The current crowdfunding campaign has a minimum target of $50,000 and a maximum target of $124,000. The campaign proceeds will be used for mobile app development, manufacturing, legal fees, and marketing. (Courtesy of KingsCrowd.)
SuperCrowd LGBTQ Founders Offering(s) of the Week:
Herbucha is raising funds on Honeycomb. It is an upcoming kombucha taproom in Portland, Oregon. Herbucha aims to make herbalism more accessible by harnessing the power of herbs in probiotic brews. The blends of Herbucha are designed with a specific purpose in mind: to heal the common problems in life. The business has been participating in Portland Farmers’ Markets since 2013 and had a profitable 2022. Marissa Irish founded Herbucha in June 2021. The current crowdfunding campaign has a minimum target of $25,000 and a maximum target of $50,000. The campaign proceeds will be used for refinancing debt, production equipment, payroll, an electric delivery vehicle, and taproom deposits. (Courtesy of KingsCrowd.)
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