On track for $3.5M in sales this year, up from $1.17M in 2017.
Grown 100+ percent each year since launch.
Raised $968K in pre-seed round.
Partnerships with Whole Foods, Target, Total Wine & More, Cost Plus, Sprouts, BevMo! In fact, we are now being sold in Raley's, Sprouts, Nob Hill Foods, Cost Plus World Market and Total Wine & More.
Sold in more than 150 California stores and 30 bars and restaurants less than a year after launch and recently opened distributor accounts in Oregon.
Successfully raised $204,565 from 288 Wefunder investors in July 2017.
Raised $119,119 from 189 Wefunder investors in April 2017.
70% of all U.S. women use tampons; $3 billion menstrual product market in the U.S. alone.
9,600 - average number of tampons used over a lifetime. $5,600 - average amount spent on menstrual products over a lifetime.
Our technology outperformed standard charity checkout by tripling the donation rate from 8% to 25% in beta testing across 5 stores.
Team has two successful startup exits and a CEO with fundraising expertise.
Partnerships with major FinTech players such as Verifone, Ingenico, First Data, and Worldpay.
A rare business opportunity - an untapped market of 20 million vegans in the US, growing by 500% since 2014.
An experienced team - an extensive track record of turning ideas into successful businesses.
Strong execution - onboarded 4,500 products and 200 sellers within 8 months.
We strive to become the Amazon.com of Brick & Mortar Commerce (a leader in Payments and Loyalty)
Though not necessarily a predictor of the success of Tyme, the founders previously grew a POS business to $35 million + in ARR within three years
We are building an advanced Omnichannel architecture with crypto-tokenization of loyalty to streamline loyalty across brick & mortar merchants
On track for $4M in 2018 revenue.
300% sales growth from 2015-2018.
Our website has seen 138K visitors.
The global fitness supplement market is estimated at $133B.
Our social channels have more than 40k followers.
Raised $541k from 750 NY State residents during the financial crisis.
Featured story on front page of the NY Times' Sunday Business Section on Nov. 12, 2011 and in their daily video coverage.
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