Based at the Biscuit Factory, coffee delivery service Pact Coffee is launching a crowdfunding campaign to raise £1m from coffee-lovers.

Founder Steve Rapoport turned a hobby into a business by setting up Pact in 2012. If you sign up to the service, you'll get coffee - Guatemalan, Columbian or whatever takes your fancy - delivered direct to your door. And for caffeine addicts out there, instant gratification (and no, not literally instant, it’s only the good stuff) is guaranteed by next-day delivery. Read our interview with the serial entrepreneur here.

 

Since launching in 2012, the start-up has raised over £2m investment and enjoy 20% month-on-month growth. They've had investment from VCs like Robin Klein, who said to Cityam: “I think this is the right time to invest in Pact because a lot of the hard work has been done in laying the foundations of what could be a large company. The team, the product and the market make this the right time.”

 

PACT were recently named one of the best small companies to work for in The Sunday Times 100 “Best Companies to Work For” 2016.

The largest investment the company has received on this campaign so far is £20,000. Check out the Pact Coffee campaign on Crowdcube