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YesColours’ future looks bright with crowdfunding launch

by uma

 

YesColours, the award-winning home décor disruptor has launched its very first crowdfunding campaign, following the standout launch earlier this year.

The Seedrs campaign has officially launched as of 21st November, as the eco paint brand sets out to raise £350,000. For the very first time, curious customers and eager investors will have the chance in supporting YesColours’ mission to bring astonishing colours to communities and home-improvers far and wide.

On a mission to change decorating for the better, YesColours are all about colour, innovation, and saving the planet. Their colours are inspired by the world around us, curated to make you feel good and formulated to protect your health and wellbeing. 

They are the first home decor brand to use easy-to-recycle packaging that saves customers time and money — along with preventing paint waste going straight to landfill in traditional paint tins. They are on an innovative mission to make decorating safer and less wasteful, whilst enabling people to rediscover their connection to colour at home, work and in community spaces.

John Stubbs, Co-Founder of YesColours comments:

“Launching with Seedrs for our investment round felt like a natural fit given their brilliant track record for brands in the home decor space.  

We are so excited to have our community join us not just as customers, but now as our investors, in creating a more colourful future for our homes, our workplaces and community spaces. And let’s not forget, our revolutionary packaging that is turning heads in the sector for its sustainability credentials and challenging conventional paint tins — all in the name of giving customers a more sustainable option from the start of their journey with us, rather than half-empty tins in their sheds at the end of their DIY projects.  

We look forward to moving to the next stage of YesColours growth in 2023 and beyond.”

 

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