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Comrad on Republic 2022

Date:

Analytics


Raised to Date:
Raised:

$60,522

Aggregate Commitments $

Platform

Republic

Start Date

08/25/2022

Close Date

12/26/2022

Min. Goal

$25,000

Max. Goal

$1,070,000

Min. Investment

$250

Security Type

SAFE

Funding Type

RegCF

Series

Seed

Valuation Cap

$25,000,000

Discount Rate

0%

Rolling Commitments $

Status

Active

Reporting Date

10/04/2022

Days Remaining

83

% of Min. Goal

242%

% of Max. Goal

6%

Likelihood of Max

unlikely

Avg. Daily Raise

$1,513

# of Investors

96

Momentum

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Location

Claymont, Delaware

Industry

Apparel & Fashion

Tech Sector

HealthTech

Distribution Model

B2C

Margin

High

Capital Intensity

Low

Business Type

Growth

Comrad, with a valuation of $25 million, is raising funds on Republic. The company makes premium compression socks designed for comfort and performance. The socks of Comrad soothe and energize legs and feet while people are standing, sitting, traveling, exercising, or working out. The socks are designed with specific ranges of compression that increase circulation and provide wellness benefits. Comrad is on a $10 million revenue run-rate as of Q2 2022 and has reported a 223% annual revenue growth since its launch. Andrew Ferenci founded Comrad in October 2015. The current crowdfunding campaign has a minimum target of $25,000 and a maximum target of $1,070,000. The campaign proceeds will be used to launch new products.

Summary Profit and Loss Statement

Revenue

$4,297,364

$3,418,223

COGS

$946,144

$729,922

Tax

$0

$0

 

 

Net Income

$-1,644,286

$-1,071,971

Summary Balance Sheet

Cash

$414,282

$792,877

Accounts Receivable

$0

$0

Total Assets

$1,325,748

$1,311,437

Short-Term Debt

$3,878,132

$3,861,071

Long-Term Debt

$649,533

$214,040

Total Liabilities

$4,527,665

$4,075,111

Financials as of: 08/25/2022

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Compression socks were originally designed for medial use — to improve circulation or help with musculoskeletal ailments like plantar fasciitis. But thanks to the range of health benefits they offer, compression socks are becoming increasingly popular. You don’t have to be a nurse or have aches in your feet to enjoy improved blood flow, decreased swelling, and even lymphatic drainage.

Those benefits were exactly what Andrew Ferenci needed. He had a job that required him to travel regularly. The frequent plane rides were causing swelling and pain in his feet. He wanted a solution that didn’t scream “medical device,” something he could wear with his regular clothes that wouldn’t draw attention or distract from his work. Thus, Comrad was born.

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