- Investment sought:
- Equity offered:
for 4.51% equity
- Over 10,000 users since MVP launch earlier this year
- The Circular Economy will be worth $4.5 trillion annually by 2030
- Over 14 million tons of waste are sent to landfill every year
- Picked from thousands for a grant worth £10,000 of TV advertising
"We are the first generation to feel the effect of climate change and the last generation who can do something about it" Barack Obama.
It is beyond doubt that we have caused significant damage to our planet’s ecosystem. Industry is responsible for one-fifth of all emissions which cause harmful greenhouse gasses. By giving more we can reduce emissions and make a real difference in tackling climate change.
Gively is an online marketplace where users can give and request unwanted items for free. Our mission is to make giving mainstream and save millions of items from landfill. Check out our brand-new TV advert here, now showing on Sky:
Consumers are already changing their behaviour for the better, and are feeding a growing circular economy. The secondhand clothing market is set to double in value to $50 billion pounds annually by 2023. Gively is perfectly placed to ride the wave of increased demand for sustainable consumption.
After extensive modelling and testing, we will begin by prioritising postal, advertising and subscription commercial drivers. These will provide our users with an even better experience whilst still retaining the 'free' core service to maximise demand.
The key to success will be utilising our 30+ years of big brand and start-up expertise. Having all met and become friends whilst working in a leading news brand, we gained expertise in generating revenue through the same drivers that Gively will use. Crucially we gained this experience in different areas of the business (Commercial Marketing, Strategy, and Technology).
Additionally, we will grow awareness of our app and retain users through highly cost-efficient and targeted methods. We already have a great story to tell and have seen early signs of virality. But this is just the start.