Equity for Punks Update
Be part of tomorrow’s headlines...and create the future....
BrewDog founders James Watt and Martin Dickie would like to throw down the gauntlet of opportunity to those that have followed their journey, felt inspired, but not yet acted upon that instinct.
You’ve seen through the hype and the headlines, dismissed the detractors and dictators that have stood in our way and always felt that you had something you wanted to contribute to the insurrection – a voice that should be heard and an opinion that would add fuel to the engine.
Well, the hour is upon you, because this time Brewdog means business and with Equity for Punks we have a proposal of epic proportions that will allow you to become part of the revolution, and moreover will require you to become part of the solution...
You will be involved in something that has never been attempted by any business, brewery or band of brothers before – this is unchartered territory and the forecast is for the perfect storm.
Equity for Punks is currently sitting at £410,000 and we have 7 days left to hit our target of £500,000. Can we make it? Let’s see.
You can help by persuading your friends to join you in owning part of BrewDog. The more people we can get to buy part of our company the better chance we have of hitting our target.
Accounts Update: Turnover was £1.8m in 2009, this was only our 2nd full year trading and up from £0.79m in 2008.
You can invest in BrewDog at www.equityforpunks.com
Benefits of Being a BrewDog Shareholder:
- Full Dividend Entitlement, equal to that of existing shareholders
- 20% Lifetime online shop discount
- Exclusive first options on all our special and limited edition releases. These will be released to shareholders first.
- Invites to our (soon to be legendary) AGMs
- Having your say in how the company is run and vote on key decisions online. Shareholders will be allowed to vote regularly on key decisions online.
- Owning your very own part of BrewDog
- Owning part of our awesome new energy self sufficient brewery
- Owning part of our new BrewPub in Aberdeen and subsequent BrewPubs
- Sell and trade your shares on www.equityforpunks.com or at a potential later listing
- Benefit financially from our future growth
- Being able to buy your own beer in shops and bars
- Literally become richer with every BrewDog beer you drink
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- Eddie, I bought shares on the day they came out and the date was January and not February. I received confirmation that the offer had been extended from Computershare, who were handling the share issue. Alan Robertson09.01.2010
- When you click to purchase shares on www.equityforpunks.com it now says it ends on 19th February. I dont know if the timing was wrong. maybe a bit ambitous to raise £2.3m? Who knows. The offer has been open since October so it hasnt been rushed. I really hope this suceeds. Ive bought two shares and cant really afford to get more, but if I could I would. Eddie08.01.2010
- I agree that the timing probably wasnt the greatest. Where has the information about a February deadline come from? Fairzo08.01.2010
- I see that the share issue has now been extended into February as I have bought some more to help raise the £500k required. Although I really hope that the money is raised I cannot feel that the timing was terrible for raising such monies. James is currently at sea and I would almost use the word desperation about this whole episode. Good luck lads but I get the feeling that too much has been achieved too quick and maybe heads have swollen too big and certain peopole are believing their own hype regarding the whole Brewdog brand. Humility is not a bad thing - who agrees with me as I am up for a debate here as I am now an increased shareholder of Brewdog plc. Alan Robertson07.01.2010
- If you manage, what will happen with the remaining shares which were open for selling and were not sold. Can they be bought later, or will they dissapear? Maurice04.01.2010
- Can you update us to how much profit was made in the £1.8m? Steve04.01.2010
- Surely this will not be allowed to fail.Will not the American investors take up the shares needed? Gareth Court02.01.2010