South African beerhall concept ‘Beerhouse’ publicly launched its first equity crowdfunding campaign this Monday, seeking to raise R3 million for its new Tygervalley branch in Cape Town’s Northern Suburbs, Beerhouse has now joined the Crowdfunding scene, using the Uprise.Africa platform and is looking for investors.
Verity Price pushed the boundaries of the music industry back in 2005 when she started the first music crowdfunding campaign in SA to raise R300,000 for the release of her album. Amongst her many other successes, Verity is a well-known South African Singer/Songwriter who was forced to think outside of the box to bring her next album into fruition.
Thursdays Lingerie and Swimwear is going for gold in the African crowd funding space. After having financed the start up through traditional means of boot strapping, obtaining loans from family and friends, and even venture capital on the reality investment show Shark Tank South Africa, Thursdays CEO, Shona Macdonald has set her sights on a largely underutilised form of finance in the African Landscape, crowdfunding.
There is a company that’s making urban transport affordable and safe. LÜLA, is an app that connects corporate commuters to private shuttles on their way to and from work. This provides a more easier and cheaper way for commuting in cities like Cape Town, whilst saving you money and giving you your precious time back.