We're Opening For Investment!
You can own a part of Lunae Sparkling for as little as 250!
We’ve been bringing the healthy balance & energy to the non-alc market. Along with the taste and experience of Monday Distillery, our parent company Higher State Beverage Co has grown like crazy (more than doubling every year since the beginning). We’re now seeking investment to take things to the next step again.
The capital raise is happening through equity crowdfunding site Equitise - Australia’s leading online private investment platform. This is a way to back our innovative business early in our journey, sharing in our success as we grow. Plus, investors get special offers on our drinks.
Three things you need to know
1. We chose equity crowdfunding because we want to build our company with you - our fans, and followers - giving those who have supported us to date, the opportunity to profit and shape our journey.
2. We’re not raising capital because we aren’t doing well, we’re raising because we are! We have the opportunity to scale quickly (and that needs capital), realising the opportunities on our doorstep.
Equity crowdfunding is a safe way to invest which is highly regulated and is accessible to all!
3. For priority access to own a piece of Higher State Beverage Co, and to be kept up to date, simply register your interest below. Investments start from only $250.
What is equity crowdfunding?
Equity crowdfunding is a highly regulated, new way for everyday people to invest in unlisted companies they feel passionate about. After a recent change to the law, it's now accessible to all Australian permanent residents over the age of 18. It’s easy and quick and as a retail investor, you can invest up to $10,000 per company per year. Sophisticated investors are not limited in their investments.
For more on what equity crowdfunding is, click here.
Like any investment, Crowd-Sourced Funding (CSF) is risky. Investors may lose their money and the business may not achieve its objectives. You should consider the CSF offer document and the general CSF risk warning contained in the offer document in deciding whether to apply under the offer.