Crowdfunding to Kickstart Local Business

Crowdfunding to Kickstart Local Business

Kent's first Micro Distillery, Anno Distillers and Nourish - Grow, Cook, Enjoy, creators of nourishing healthy treats, have both just launched funding pages to grow their businesses, and are asking for local support. If you advocate shopping local, then this should appeal to you too.

Anno Distillers are embarking on a new and exciting chapter in their journey. On November 6th, Anno launched their crowdfunding campaign, in order to raise funds to support accelerated growth.Anno

Anno Distillers was established in Kent in 2011 as a new, luxury British distillery to create high quality spirits using innovative and natural ingredients. The founders, Dr Andy Reason and Dr Norman Lewis, both PhD Research and Development chemists, wanted to create artisan spirits whose unique character was their quality and fine craftsmanship.

Unlike so many craft gins that appear to be marketing projects with little thought for quality, Andy and Norman have put their scientific backgrounds to great use in creating Anno, a new British luxury brand. Further information on this campaign can be found at:

Nourish are also heading a kickstarter campaign for their Scrumptious Coconut Macaroons. Exciting Product Expansion: An on-the-go snack packed with nutrients and deliciousness.Nourish

Nourish Coconut Macaroons are all naturally refined sugar free and available in a variety of flavours. Until now these have been available in pouches in a select number of stores including Harrods, Wholefoods, Planet Organic, As Nature Intended, Selfridges, Daylesford and independent stores in the UK.

Due to demand the company now have a single serve on-the-go option they would like to launch into the market. So JOIN them in making this happen at:

With Anno based in Kent and Nourish based in Surrey, this is an exciting chance to support and follow the progress of two local businesses within the South East.

Crowdfunding to Kickstart Local Business

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