Next year we are launching a web version of our native app software. Key to success will be making heritage organisations and tourist attractions aware of this unique new product.
The opportunity to make contact with key decision makers who run heritage sites and tourism attractions across the UK.
We believe that the road to success for Drenched so far has been due to hard work, perseverance and above all else having a good ethical product that can deliver results quickly.
Our business was created for the sole purpose, “to turn loose viable technologies through embracing the basics that positively impact our natural resources”.
A bit about where we came from, our story:
Drenched was created from a chance encounter; our founder stumbled across a TED TV talk from Alex Steffen on the route to a sustainable future, after watching it he was left feeling helpless as a farther that he couldn’t do more for the planet and the strong urge to do something was ignited.
Two weeks later, wise words from our co-founder and lots of fun experiments in the back garden with Wes’s children the dream was realised and the first successful prototype tests were validated.
During those first few weeks in Drenched life we learnt a lot, the key being what we call Basicology.
Our aim is to raise the global profile of our business and more importantly the products we offer. We feel that due to the prestige, reach and link with HRH, The Duke of York/Pitch@Palace is the perfect platform for us to do that.
We also feel that as UK entrepreneurs and inventors it is an honour to be part of such a Great British event.
Phase 1: selling our smart battery systems to NGOs using grant funding
Phase 2: raise £600,000 investment to roll out 100 systems, undergo value engineering process and taking manufacturing process to hit economies of scale.
Phase 3: License the systems to Mobile Network Operators, energy companies or other local entrepreneurs.
Networks, contacts, mentoring and inspiration.
At OfferMoments, our journey has not been as smooth as expected. A lot of people didn’t like the idea of a billboard that’s able to know exactly who is walking towards it. After surveying hundreds of people we discovered our target market to be the millennial and Generation Z. That’s the niche consumer segments that really understand, value and truly appreciate the exciting nature of what we’ve built.
We hope to get access to mentors who really understand our marketplace, see the opportunity in what we have built and to help us on our fundraising journey.