HALTO - A journey to start-up success with crowdfunding
  • Lecture Theatre 1, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University

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This guest lecture follows the entrepreneurial journey of Lerryn and Lucy, sisters and mums to little ones, who believe that all women should have the opportunity to feel great in fabulous, flattering swimwear.

In their own words, everyone knows that halter necks can do incredible things for your rack (whatever your size), but they have been the bane of our summers for all too long. Redness, blisters, bruising, headaches and neck aches; enough! With over 85% of bikinis on the market being halter necks, what’s a girl to do? Desperation (and the sight of a beautiful halter neck bikini, in our size and in the sale!) made us search, unsuccessfully, for a solution.

Halto is born from the hours of latte-fuelled, toddler-juggling, fun-packed, sleep-deprived years that has been their journey so far.

They successfully funded Halto's start-up via Crowdfunder thanks to their brilliant campaign videos (www.crowdfunder.co.uk/halto).

This guest lecture is free to all Plymouth University students and staff.

Contact amber.strong@plymouth.ac.uk for further information about this event.

About the BETA Enterprise Programme

The BETA Enterprise Programme aims to improve students’ entrepreneurial abilities by providing a comprehensive programme of support for their business ideas. The programme provides free pre start-up and start-up support for students at Plymouth University, and is run by the Plymouth Business School's Futures Entrepreneurship Centre.

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