Revvies Energy Strips hits crowdfunding target


Revvies Energy Strips has hit its crowdfunding target of £170,000 after a successful round of campaigning with investment platform startup Seedrs. 

The company has been selling its products through e-commerce after its plans to debut on the high street were cancelled during the Covid-19 pandemic. 

It now has over 15,000 UK customers and has seen its revenue double over the past year.  

The brand claims that its energy strips work five times faster than an energy drink 

It is gluten-free and vegan and also contains less than one calorie per product.  

The news comes as the company revealed 37 per cent of 2000 UK consumers said they feel that their energy levels are the lowest they have ever been. 

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Around 23 per cent of people also added that they are not happy with their current energy-boosting options, whilst 46 per cent want to reduce their sugar intake without reducing their energy levels.  

“As a husband and wife founded business, with two young kinds, it’s been a hell of a ride through Covid, especially since 2020 was the year we had planned to hit British high streets”, Revvies co-founder John Neylan-Nolan said.  

“This success and that of our crowdfunding campaign with Seedrs shows that both investors and consumers recognise the unique benefits our energy strips offer over existing products. 

“With the funds raised, we are excited to work with leading British retailers to make them available to even more consumers.” 

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