Invest in World of Zing!
"World of Zing is all about innovation"
The Independent, September 2017
"World of Zing shows a broad-minded approach to range development... They seem poised to elevate themselves to the next level"
Michael Weber, Whole Foods, November 2017
"It's like you've figured out a way of putting lingerie on food"
Johnny Vegas, Channel 4 Sunday Brunch, November 2017
Having launched from a market stall in October 2014, World of Zing has quickly become recognised as one of the UK's most innovative food & drink businesses.
We already successfully crowdfunded in December 2016, so 2017 was spent rebranding, upgrading facilities and developing a new more focussed range of products.
World of Zing relaunched in October 2017 and the results have been phenomenal. All of the key business objectives have already been achieved within 5months of relaunch including:
> Attracting a major national retailer, with Ocado listing World of Zing's complete range of sauces
> Major National Retail Distribution deals, including Cotswold Fayre, the UK’s leading distributor to the independent sector (2000 retailer customer base)
> Attracting a number of major restaurant/hotel groups for our pre-made cocktails, including Carluccio's, Rosa's Thai and Bloomsbury Hotel
> Export deals upcoming for sauces and cocktails, including Hong Kong and Singapore
> Huge national brand exposure on Channel 4, BBC News and more, with World of Zing Founder Pritesh Mody becoming renowned as one of the UK's leading flavour experts.
World of Zing is already comfortably on course to triple turnover, rising from £470k in 2017 to projection of £1.7m in 2018/19 based in secured deals. The business is projected to achieve sales of £8m by 2020.
We are inviting potential investors to be involved in a raise of £500,000 in exchange for 10% equity in the business. This investment is largely earmarked for marketing & sales activity to continue to turn our huge brand awareness into sales. Minimum investment is set at £2500, with all investments eligible for EIS rebates (ie. £2500 investments only cost £1750).