1. eGrowcery Part 1 - Company and Business Overview
2. eGrowcery Part 2 - Industry Overview, Channel Fragmentation & Competitive Analysis
3. eGrowcery Part 3 - eGrowcery Difference, Financials and Q&A
The Company is seeking to raise US$2.5M at a pre-money valuation of approx. US$9M for Product Development, Sales & Marketing, Administrative Support
and to extinguish certain liabilities of the Company.
eGrowcery has signed a MOU with a new Partner Company which involves a US$1.25M investment. This new Partner comes with up to 900 new stores over the next
Grocery e-commerce is a growth industry with significant market insurgency with high consumer demand and low retailer supply. The
global grocery industry represents over US$2 trillion in annual sales, with US$650 billion in the United States alone.
eGrowcery offers a turn-key online retail store solution to independent grocery retailers through provision of its Software as a Service (“SaaS”) platform.
Offering an online store gives independent grocery retailers the ability to serve both current and potential new customers who wish to shop online
and either “click and collect” or have their groceries delivered.
The Company has a fully developed a scalable software platform and is currently operating in the US and Australian markets, and is now ready to roll the
platform out on a large scale, targeting deeper expansion into existing markets and broadening into new international markets.
eGrowcery has secured a number of principal channel partnerships with major supermarket wholesalers. These include SUPERVALU (over 4,000 retailers) and
Associated Wholesale Grocers (over 3,800 retailers) and continues to expand their wholesaler network and technical partnerships. The recent announced
acquisition by UNFI of SUPERVALU will add an additional 10,000 retailers into the company’s potential pipeline.