Hi there,

I have some very exciting news to share. We've just launched our crowd-sourced funding campaign! If you're not familiar with the concept already, crowd-sourced funding (or equity crowdfunding) is the new frontier of investing, allowing everyday Australians to invest in companies for as little as $50. 

In January 2018, the Federal Government opened up equity crowdfunding to the general public. Since then there have been some very successful campaigns, most notably DC Power and our friends at Shebah, who have raised $2.2M and $3M and respectively. 

In addition to shares, investors will receive complementary product and/or vouchers, as outlined below. For example, if you invest $50 you'll receive 50 shares and a Sample Pack valued at $18. 

Shaving is big business and competition is fierce, but we believe we're a cut above the rest. We offer the 'trifecta': low-cost, high-quality and unrivalled convenience. Because of this we have received over 2000+ reviews, a 4.83-star rating and are currently ranked the highest-rated razor on ProductReview.com.au! To top it all off, our business has a social impact. All our orders are assembled and fulfilled by the team at Beehive Industries. As many of you already know, Beehive is a not-for-profit working to tackle the social isolation faced by seniors, the long-term unemployed and persons living with disability. To find out more, check out this great interview Beehive CEO Brendan Lonegran did on live TV last Friday or click here.

For full details please see our offer here: https://www.crowd88.com/en/company/oscar-razor/overview/ 

Feel free to share this link with any friends you feel may be interested. We hope you will come on board and helps us in our ambition to become Australia’s favourite shave brand. 

If you have any questions, please contact us at info@oscarrazor.com

Warm regards,

Oscar de Vries
Founder & CEO


In deciding whether to apply for shares in this offer, you should consider the crowd-sourced funding offer document for the offer and the general crowd-sourced funding (CSF) risk warning.