Square Pie: a tasty investment opportunity?

Martin Dewey founded Square Pie after he became so frustrated at not being able to find a pie he liked he decided to make his own.

0720b57e00d81f4822aefcd9ffccd590_5930Square Pie started in Old Spitalfields Market in London’s East End and are now a leading name for gourmet pies in the UK. They have a fast growing restaurant and grocery business and last year over 700,000 people enjoyed their food.

Obsessed by quality they don’t believe in cutting corners, winning 7 awards at the most recent Great Taste Awards and on track to hit sales of £5 million in FY2015.

Martin Dewey said: “In simple terms we want to open more restaurants, grow our grocery business and invest where we need to, in order to ensure that as we grow we keep making pies as good as they have always been and let more people know how good they are.”

“Sounds nice and easy but of course it isn’t and we will be using the money raised not only to open restaurants but also to make sure we have the best people across the business to develop and run our business and the best equipment to make more pies to our quality.  We also plan a bigger sales team and to invest more in marketing and PR to grow awareness across the country.”

For an initial investment of £500 or more, Square Pie Bonds PLC will provide registered holders of Square Pie Bonds (“Bondholders”) with a fixed-rate return of 8 per cent gross interest per annum over the course of an initial four year term payable in cash.

Square Pie Bonds are issued on a first come, first served basis so for more information visit Crowdcube to find out more.