Growthdeck: Elite Coffee



Elite Coffee   |  Food & Drink
Target £750,000
Type Equity
Status Open



The Opportunity

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Elite Coffee Holdings Limited (“Elite”), was established in 2018 to acquire Elite Coffee Limited (“Elite Coffee”), a global coffee brand franchisee operating two profitable sites. It is seeking £1.1m of equity investment to part fund the rollout of 20 new franchise units in East London over the next five years. Elite Coffee has been granted the franchise territory of East London and Essex and has identified 5 new locations.


Management are targeting an exit valuation of £15.3m. This is dependent on their meeting combined earnings projections and assumed exit multiples and, if achieved, could deliver investors a 4.1x money return - increasing to 5.8x for those who qualify for EIS income tax relief.

Invest in a leading coffee franchise


Management

The founding directors, Paul Harbottle and Steve Evans, have extensive experience in the hospitality industry. They have managed multi-site bar and restaurant businesses for major players and have been responsible for a number of roll-out programmes.

Current status

Elite currently operates two units in East London, at ExCeL London and Royal Wharf, with plans to open a further 20 under its arrangement with a global coffee brand.


Target EBITDA Exit Multiple

x8

Target Exit Money Multiple

x4.1

Target IRR

37%




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Investment details

Fundraise target£750,000

Fundraise maximum£750,000

Equity stake16.4%

Exit Money Multiple4.1

Exit EBITDA Multiple8

Exit IRR37%


Company details

Name:Elite Coffee Holdings Limited

Website:

Address: Holywell Farm
Thornton Road
Nash
MK17 OEY

Company no: 10197096

Incorporated: 24/05/16

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