Rolling in at number 1 this week is the exquisite Daisy Green Collections, who are serve great coffee and big bold healthy Australian inspired food at 9 unique cafe-culture sites around London. It has been described as the best brunch spot in London, and has an army of 25,000 loyal social media followers actively engaged with the brand.
The authentic Aussie cafe-culture goes right to the top with founder Prew Freeman taking inspiration from her childhood spent tending to sheep on a farm outside of Melbourne.
Daisy Green Collection have recently opened their largest site, Scarlett Green in the heart of Soho. Boasting 4,000 square foot, this cafe/bar/ restaurant complement is their biggest project to date and sets the tone for a company that has seen exponential growth since their first crowdfunding raise with Crowdcube in 2015.
Daisy Green Collection indent to use this Crowdfunding round for long-term capital to push the business forward.
Qured makes this weeks list as the disruptive, on-demand health platform using technology to provide affordable at-home healthcare at their patient’s convenience. Aiming to democratise private care and in turn become the go-to platform for both patients and practitioners, Qured has successfully launched in London with more than 30,000 downloads, and is now preparing to roll out across the UK.
After registering on the app in 6 simple steps designed for ease of use, Doctors are delivered to a place of their patients convenience at the touch of a button. Available doctors in the area are notified, one is chosen, and they then let the patient know their arrival time within a 15 minute window. Wow!
Qured are supported by doctors, physiotherapists and mental health support officers who form a team of care-givers ready for the waiting patients.
VITL is on a mission to improve the nations health through their personalised nutrition platform that aims to replace guesswork and celebrity marketing with insight and analysis. The average person feels fit and healthy for just 160 days per year, which leaves huge room for VITL to improve the lives of their users.
VITL provides personalised nutrition programmes with expert insights, easy to use tools and tailor made products to improve health, diet and lifestyle.
An online consultation begins your journey through the app driven by AI algorithms. VITL reviews the core areas of diet and lifestyle by asking a series of easy to understand questions to form a nutritional health plan.
They identify areas where you need most improvement, including sleep, stress, food, taking a full-circle approach to care. Having launched in 2015, VITL have now completed 50,000 consultations and shipped more than 30,000 packs, doubling monthly sales to over £60,000 in the last few months.