The Small Street Journal
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|Company||Sector||Location||Raise Target||Portal||Offering Description|
|Amped Innovation||Renewable Energy||San Mateo, CA||Raising $5M at $55M pre-money valuation cap.||Republic||Amped Innovation provides a family of solar products targeted at the billions of people across the world who lack access to reliable energy. Amped’s proprietary solar technology “SmartPerformance” offers high performance with long runtimes. In 2021 the company released a Solar Generator which competes with the common fossil fuel generator on price and performance. The company also offers solar panels and plans to offer solar fridges / freezers in 2022.|
|Transizion||Education||Washington, DC||Raising $1.5M at $7M pre-money valuation cap.||SeedInvest||Transizion’s platform, CollegeRize, is a one-stop platform for every student’s academic and career needs. The CollegeRize platform features an online community, mentorship training academy, research database, matching algorithm, educational literature, and a workflow tool that empowers mentors to provide better, faster, and cheaper mentoring. CollegeRize is part of our comprehensive model of lifelong education, mentorship tools, and resources.|
|Ceres Chill||Consumer Goods||Seattle, WA||Raising $500,00 at $10M pre-money valuation cap.||WeFunder||Ceres Chill is the breastmilk storage game-changer for new moms on the go.|
|GoSun Inc.||Renewable Energy||Cincinnati, OH||Raising $3.93M.||StartEngine||Combining the latest in solar, energy storage and electronics, GoSun builds consumer products that meet essential needs and are better than today’s incumbent without compromising quality, performance or affordability. Not only do these portable devices make it easier to enjoy the outdoors, they are also capable of answering the call during times of need.|
|East Bay Permanent Real Estate Cooperative||Housing||Oakland, CA||N/A||Crowdfund Mainstreet||East Bay Permanent Real Estate Cooperative (EB PREC) is a trailblazing land and housing organization that facilitates BIPOC and allied communities to organize, purchase, and steward land and housing. Our model brings deep community engagement squarely into the process of property acquisition, development, and business feasibility. Our community activation work provides the organizational, financial, and technical inputs that increase communities’ ability to self-organize around housing solutions.|
|BoricuaJax Cafe||Food||Jacksonville, FL||Raising $100,000.||Honeycomb Credit||Boricuajax Cafe is a growing female owned and operated restaurant/cafe. We serve the entire community of all cultures but specifically Puerto Rican and Jacksonville natives. Once we are able to purchase a food truck we will be able to reach more clients by going to them rather than waiting for them to come to us. We will be able to cater more events! The freezers and storage space we have now isn’t enough so the new ones will help with stocking up on inventory. Also it will help with marketing.|
|Mainvest||Local Investing||Salem, MA||Raising $5M at $15-$20M valuation cap.||Republic||Mainvest is a crowdfunding platform focused on connecting small businesses looking for growth/startup capital with local investors in their community. Through the company’s platform, entrepreneurs can gain access to the capital, local stakeholders, and infrastructure needed to 1.) build successful businesses, 2.) create employment opportunities, and 3.) help communities grow.|
|Pressure Corp||Renewable Energy||Houston, TX||Raising $100,000.||Raise Green||Pressure Corp is seeking your support for a project to upcycle unused pipeline pressure into clean energy for a public university’s campus grid. Pressure Corp could deploy two 600kW waste pressure power systems that will use waste pressure produced at two pressure letdown stations to provide stable power to the campus.|
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