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About KP Auckland Limited

With a vibrant restaurant culture, millions of international visitors annually and a dining public who celebrate cuisine and dining, Auckland, New Zealand is often described as the capital of Polynesia – the urban center of the South Pacific.

For locals and visitors dining out and looking for unique cuisine and dining experiences, the lack and absence of a contemporary Pacific Island restaurant experience in Auckland presents a real opportunity for this project.

Kai Pasifika is a new concept developed by a world class team to support and showcase the beautiful cuisines of the South Pacific through an holistic business approach with financial, social and cultural development objectives.

Our first and most significant development is the establishment of Kai Pasifika Restaurants that will set Auckland apart from other global cities by offering an unique dining experience that showcases Pacific Island cuisine in an authentic setting.

Kai Pasifika Restaurants is a venture whose time has come. 

 

You can read our full IM here.

 

The problem and solution

Whilst Auckland has the largest Pacific population in the world, the city lacks a venue that celebrates Pacific culture, provides a place Pacific people can call

“home”, and which educates Kiwis and tourists about the region and its people.

Auckland showcases restaurants from all areas of the globe, except the Pacific, despite it being right on our doorstep.

While the rest of the world moves towards experiencing and celebrating indigenous cultures in their dining choices, New Zealand has lacked any meaningful offering in this food and beverage arena. Our Executive Chef, Robert Oliver, has been an advocate of this for many years and is ready to bring this to our country.

Conscious consumerism is also becoming popular - people want to understand the products they are buying and they will make choices based on that information. The Colmar Brunton Better Futures Report (2015 edition) states that sustainable purchasing will continue to increase, especially among Gen Y. In the next 12 months, purchasers of Fairtrade, ethical, socially & environmentally friendly products and services is expected to increase markedly, as it did in 2014 when it increased by 25% and then again in 2015 by 31%.

The purchase of organic & ethical products is becoming well entrenched in consumer repertoires, growing fastest among younger generations. Between 2011 and 2015 organic food purchases increased by 12% and Fairtrade increased by 9%. Our goal is to be consistent with these philosophies in an environmentally sustainable and responsible manner.

Food tells us so much about culture - Robert’s incredibly successful cook books (Me’a Kai and Mea’ai Samoa, see Robert’s bio under ‘Our team’) celebrate Pacific culture through its food.

Through our restaurants, people will have an opportunity to learn about Pacific culture and taste all the Pacific has to offer.

The time is right to now take Pacific Island cuisine to the world!

 

 

The share offer

The share offer is to purchase shares in KP Auckland Limited, the company that will own and operate the first two Kai Pasifika Auckland Restaurants.

KP Auckland Limited is licensed by Pasifika Enterprises Limited. Pasifika Enterprises Limited is an independent but related company which owns the Kai Pasifika concept, brand and intellectual property.

Pasifika Enterprises Limited and the members of our team will be responsible for developing the Kai Pasifika range of products, services and activities; promoting and supporting the Kai Pasifika brand locally and internationally; ongoing product development for the restaurants; developing sustainable supplier relationships; setting up meaningful links with people and organisations in the Islands and overall promotion and development of the Kai Pasifika concept through multiple channels.

KP Auckland Limited will benefit from the reputations, skills, experience and input of all team members and the licensed use of the Kai Pasifika intellectual property to stand out from any other restaurant in the region with the first two Kai Pasifika Restaurants in the world.

It is our vision to grow the number of Restaurants nationally and worldwide by licensing or franchising and this is a chance to be involved with the network by getting in on the ground floor.

 

 

This is a strictly limited offer to acquire 600,000 non-voting shares in KP Auckland Limited. Non-voting shares do not give you a right to have any say in the operation of the business by the directors, but do give you the right

to receive a share of any dividends (profits) that are paid out while you are a shareholder, and a share in the assets of the company in proportion with your shareholding.

The minimum subscription rate needed for this issue to proceed is 450,000 non-voting shares. The issue price of each share is $1.00 with a minimum parcel per subscriber of 500 shares, that is, a minimum investment of $500.00. If fully subscribed, the $600,000.00 raised will be used as set out in the Shareholder Table below.

This offer will close as soon as the maximum number of shares are subscribed to (i.e. 600,000). If the minimum subscription of 450,000 shares is not achieved by the closing date, the issue will not proceed.

We have valued the company at $600,000 prior to this capital raising and $1,200,000 after the capital raising.

The value in the Company as a startup is the license to use the Kai Pasifika intellectual property and systems; leveraging off the association and involvement of the Directors, and in particular Robert, through his strong reputation and media platform. This will enable the business to quickly gain traction, get off the ground and become successful. Having a front person such as Robert is priceless for a new entrant into the food and beverage sector, allowing us to introduce our brand and gain valuable exposure through someone who is already very well-known and respected.

 

 

Rights attached to the shares

The non-voting shares do not give the holder the right to vote at meetings of shareholders. In very limited circumstances (to ensure the shareholder’s core rights are protected), each non- voting share gives the holder the right to one vote. This only occurs where there's a proposal or resolution:

  • that will affect the rights attached to the Investor Shares
  • to put the company into liquidation
  • for the disposal of the whole, or a material part, of the property, business and undertaking of KP Auckland Limited.

 

Non voting shares will give the holders:

  • The right to an equal share in dividends and other distributions made by KP Auckland Limited (subject to the rights of any other class of share)
  • The right to an equal share in the distribution of surplus assets of KP Auckland Limited.

 You can read our full IM here.

Our team

 

  

Robert Oliver, Executive Chef, Product and Brand Development

Robert is a New Zealand-born chef who has spent much of his highly successful career working in leading overseas restaurants. Raised in Fiji and Samoa, he is deeply committed to sustainable food production and tourism in the South Pacific and wants to elevate the appreciation of the Pacific’s local cuisines and produce. He has worked as a chef in Fiji, New York City, Miami, Sydney, Las Vegas, the US Virgin Islands, Barbados, Trinidad and more. In his books, Robert collaborates with New Zealand academic Dr Tracy Berno and photographer Shiri Ram. Mea’ai Samoa: Recipes and Stories from the Heart of Polynesia follows award-winning Me’a Kai: The Food and Flavours of the South Pacific, which was named the Gourmand Best Cook Book of the World 2010, Gourmand’s top prize. In May 2014, Mea’ai Samoa was named the winner of the Gourmand Award for Best TV Chef Cookbook in The World 2013. Robert is a chef ambassador to Le Cordon Bleu, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands, a features contributor for the Huffington Post (NYC) and New Western Cuisine magazine (Beijing). His television series include Real Pasifik, based on his work and the food culture of the South Pacific, along with Marae Kai Masters and MKR (My Kitchen Rules).

 

 

Richard Hall, Chief Operations Officer and Business Development

With more than 30 years of international experience in the hospitality industry, Richard specializes in building brands from the ground up with a focus on project management and business development. Richard has been involved in every aspect of the hospitality industry, from the kitchen to front of house and management and development of international brands such as Guillaume at Bennelong (restaurant at the Sydney Opera House), Three on the Bund in Shanghai, Hamilton House in Shanghai and Café Rouge in the UK. As a result of this experience and the frustration at finding good training programmes, Richard went on to develop an online training platform specifically aimed at the hospitality industry. The platform allows for customization for a particular business requirement and is a multi-lingual mobile platform that is having global success.

 

 

Kenina Court, Chief Financial Officer

Kenina is a Chartered Accountant with her own consultancy business. Kenina’s previous role was Principal in the Business Advisory team at Crowe Horwath in Auckland, the fifth largest accounting firm in Australasia. Prior to that, Kenina was Director of Acorn Solutions Limited, a boutique accounting firm she founded in 2000 and having grown it to about four times the size of the average sole practitioner, she sold it to Crowe Horwath in 2011. Having worked in a number of industries including retail, import and export, wholesale, property, manufacturing and service, she has experience in a wide variety of different industries, giving her a strong base for a pragmatic approach towards solution finding. Kenina serves on the boards of the Pacific Business Trust and Oceania Career Academy Limited as part of her commitment to making a difference for Pacific Peoples. Kenina is also currently a Director at Banking Ombudsman Scheme (NZ) and has just rotated off as a Trustee at New Zealand Business Excellence Foundation.

 

 

Repeka Lelaulu, Property and Pacific Advisor

Repeka was born and raised in Auckland and then spent 13 years in the Airline Industry, where she was based in Samoa. Repeka is well connected to her Samoan and Pacific community, and continues to serve them both here in New Zealand and in the South Pacific. Repeka has just rotated off the Pacific Business Trust after a three year term. Having been in the Real Estate industry in Auckland for 25 years, Repeka continues to be one of the industry’s top performers, winning awards every year, and is currently President of PACIFICA Auckland Central Branch. She has served on the boards of St Josephs School, Grey Lynn, Samoan Sports Association and currently sits on the Board of the Grey Lynn Business Association. Repeka is deeply passionate about her community and the people around her.

 

Our financial projections

We are committed to the Restaurants paying at least a living wage to all staff regardless of their role (i.e. more than the legal minimum wage).

Our financial forecasts have been based on the following assumptions:

  • Seven day a week lunch and dinner trading, closed only at Christmas and Easter
  • Start at 35% capacity on opening, rising to 85% over three years across the two restaurants
  • Paying a minimum living wage (currently $19.80 per hour)
  • A loan of $200,000 used to assist with the setting up of the first restauarant and repaid over 5 years on normal commercial terms
  • Capital requirement of $600,000 to set up each restaurant, with the first $600,000 funded by this offer, and the second $600,000 from cash flow generated by the first restaurant
  • A first dividend is paid out during FY2019 (see under ‘Returns’ for more information)

The Directors believe the forecasts are conservative and therefore have the potential of higher growth, however we wish to under promise and over deliver, so the forecasts are based on the minimum that we believe is achievable based on our research and knowledge. Restaurant reviews in the New Zealand Herald indicate that the average for eating out in Auckland is between $70 and $100 per person. We have based our forecasts on a $46 spend per person for lunch and $78 for dinner.

 

Note: we haven't started operating yet, so do not have any revenue or debt to disclose. You can read our full IM here.

 

Our risks

Risks.

How we'll mitigate it.

Loss of leadership team

Everyone in the leadership team is a shareholder and director in the company and deeply committed to the success of the venture.

Loss of key staff

 

Development plans put in place for everyone on the team and a continual training programme that brings through a steady stream of top talent.

 

Not hitting financial targets

Better marketing campaigns, however our numbers are quite conservative and we are quietly confident we will meet the financial targets. Good financial systems in place for early reporting.

Rents too high / unable to secure locations

We have looked at many locations and are confident we will be able to find suitable locations in the areas we want to operate, on the basis that we will be a destination.

Increase in food and beverage costs

Increases in food prices generally lead to increases in meal pricing, although perhaps not straight away. With strong margins, we are able to sustain some cost increases while we adjust our menu offering to keep any cost increases being passed onto our diners to a minimum.

Concept misunderstood

Review our marketing and engage with our shareholders and brand ambassadors. Start a communications plan including one on one meetings with key stakeholders.

 

 

Note from PledgeMe

We have completed a Veda check on the company and their directors, as well as a Google check. There were no adverse findings. 

Updates

    Are you up for supporting the first Pacific restaurant in Auckland? Get busy pledging/sharing!!

    02:32PM Mon 28/11/16 on KP Auckland Limited

    Hi everyone
     
    Thank you to all those who have already pledged - we are incredibly grateful for your support.
     
    The countdown is on and we need your support - with only hours to go, if you have ever thought of pledging and supporting a restaurant that is going to take Pacific cuisine to the world, please get in there and start pledging now.  Many of you have told us that you would pledge but for whatever reason, you haven't had time to get around to it.  The time to act is now, so we can get this project off the ground - we need less than $200,000 to get going!
     
    And once you've pledged (or if you've already pledged), please share it on Facebook so we can get the message out there to others who may want to be involved.
     
    Once again, thanks for your support and we hope to see you on the other side of this, raring to go with the first Kai Pasifika restaurant!
     
    Cheers
    Robert, Richard, Repeka and Kenina

     

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    We have a few more hours to go

    01:49PM Mon 28/11/16 on KP Auckland Limited

    Hi everyone
     
    Thank you to all those who have already pledged - we are incredibly grateful for your support.
     
    The countdown is on and we need your support - with only hours to go, if you have ever thought of pledging and supporting a restaurant that is going to take Pacific cuisine to the world, please get in there and start pledging now.  Many of you have told us that you would pledge but for whatever reason, you haven't had time to get around to it.  The time to act is now, so we can get this project off the ground - we need less than $200,000 to get going!
     
    And once you've pledged, please share it on Facebook so we can get the message out there to others who may want to be involved.
     
    Once again, thanks for your support and we hope to see you on the other side of this, raring to go with the first Kai Pasifika restaurant!
     
    Cheers
    Robert, Richard, Repeka and Kenina

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    Dateline Pacific talks about Kai Pasifika on RadioNZ

    08:16PM Mon 21/11/16 on KP Auckland Limited

    http://www.radionz.co.nz/international/programmes/datelinepacific/audio/201824499/pieces-of-pasifika-restaurant-pie-on-offer-in-auckland

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    Kenina talks to Indira Stewart on radionz about Kai Pasifika

    02:14AM Sun 13/11/16 on KP Auckland Limited

    http://podcast.radionz.co.nz/pacn/dateline-20161024-0601-pacific_cuisine_fine_dining_to_change_negative_stereotypes-128.mp3

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    Chef Robert Oliver wants Kiwis to buy a stake in their own Pacific restaurant

    03:21PM Tue 08/11/16 on KP Auckland Limited

    http://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/food-wine/food-news/86008301/chef-robert-oliver-wants-kiwis-to-buy-a-stake-in-their-own-pacific-restaurant

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    Celebrity Chef and World Class New Zealander Robert OIiver invites Kiwis to be a part of Kai Pasifika

    07:42PM Tue 01/11/16 on KP Auckland Limited

    http://www.keanewzealand.com/news/celebrity-chef-and-world-class-new-zealander-robert-oiiver-invites-kiwis-to-be-a-part-of-kai-pasifika/

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    Robert talks to Carly Flynn on radio live today about the importance of Kai Pasifika

    08:28PM Sat 29/10/16 on KP Auckland Limited

    Robert spoke to Carly Flynn about the importance of Kai Pasifika in the Auckland restaurant landscape and his overall vision of what Kai Pasifika means for him.

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    Kai Pasifika's CFO Kenina Court says the idea's time has come on Tagata Pasifika

    06:52PM Sat 29/10/16 on KP Auckland Limited

    Kenina was recently interviewed on Tagata Pasifika about Kai Pasifika.

    Kenina says:

    "There is a growing awareness around indigenous people, not just here in New Zealand but globally, and then there's also the pride that's coming through and the need of the 2nd, 3rd and even 4th generation Pacific Islanders have that they want to keep in touch with their culture and a great way to do that is through their food."

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    We are extending our campaign until 8pm 28th November 2016

    06:25PM Sat 29/10/16 on KP Auckland Limited

    We've had a terrifically enthusiastic response from everyone about Kai Pasifika. Everyone loves it! In fact, if everyone we have spoken to so far who were keen to pledge had done so we would have been funded by now, so it's clear to us that we need to extend for a bit longer in order for everyone to get themselves organized.

    And now that Robert is back from Shanghai, we are connecting in with our crowd on next steps. He's also working on the final menu design and we are getting a lot of great press in the media.

    So we are extending our campaign until 8pm 28th November 2016 to give us a bit more time to activate our crowd and build momentum.

    We really appreciate your support to date and please feel free to reach out to us.

    Thanks again,

    Robert, Richard, Kenina, Repeka and the whole Kai Pasifika team.

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    Thank you so much for supporting our vision

    08:16AM Wed 26/10/16 on KP Auckland Limited

    Thank you so much for coming on board and believing in our vision. With a few days to go, we’re a third of the way to our goal, because of your support.

     

    We have a few big pledgers in the wings, getting ready to come through. But, we also want this to go wider. To our community. Can you please help share this campaign, and let your networks know that they can invest from as little as $500. We’d love to have them in the Kai Pasifika family.

     

    Robert is back from a trip to China and Hong Kong where he headlined a major dinner for the Shanghai Supper Club along with judging at Chefs Par Excellence competition in Shanghai for Le Cordon Bleu.

     

    He’s working on our first menu, that we’d like to share with you:

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    Kokoda- Fiji Style Raw Fish.jpgPolynesian Brown Sugar Chicken.jpgPork Belly with Koko Samoa and Pineapple.JPGSalmon "Poke" with Coconut.JPG

     

    What do you think? Is this the future of New Zealand food?

     

    Thanks again,

    Robert, Richard, Kenina, Repeka and the whole Kai Pasifika crew.

     

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    Offer Details

    Current Valuation 600,000
    Raise Minimum 450,000
    Raise Maximum 600,000
    Share Price 1.00
    Maximum Shares Offered 600,000
    Explanation of valuation:

    The value in the Company as a startup is the license to use the Kai Pasifika intellectual property and systems; leveraging off the association and involvement of the Directors, and in particular Robert, through his strong reputation and media platform. This will enable the business to quickly gain traction, get off the ground and become successful. Having a front person such as Robert is priceless for a new entrant into the food and beverage sector, allowing us to introduce our brand and gain valuable exposure through someone who is already very well-known and respected.


    Financial Summary

    Prev Year Current Year Est. FY 2019 Est. FY 2020
    Revenue $0 $786,161 $4,148,702 $8,110,330
    Operating Expenses $0 $340,853 $730,973 $1,311,444
    EBITDA $0 -$395,527 $172,892 $706,501
    Net Profit $0 -$402,120 $158,916 $566,789

    Company Details

    Company Name: KP Auckland Limited (registered as KP AUCKLAND LIMITED)

    Company Number: 6112093

    Companies Office URL: https://www.business.govt.nz/companies/app/ui/pages/companies/6112093

    Incorporation Date: 23 Sep 2016

    Company Status: Registered

    Entity Type: Registered

    Constitution Filed: Yes

    Annual Return Filing Month: April, last filed never

    Addresses:

    Registered Office 71 Barrys Point Road
    Takapuna
    Auckland
    Address for Service 71 Barrys Point Road
    Takapuna
    Auckland


    Company Documents

    Documents no longer available to download, as this campaign has closed

    Director Details

    Name Role Profile URL Invested?
    Robert Oliver Executive Chef http://robertoliveronline.com/about/
    Richard Hall COO https://nz.linkedin.com/in/richard-hall-4a841285
    Repeka Lelaulu Property and Pacific advisor https://nz.linkedin.com/in/repeka-lelaulu-93001175
    Kenina Court CFO https://nz.linkedin.com/in/kenina-court-b0a777

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    Apologies if I've missed it but do you have a location yet?

    Posted on 03-10-2016 by Salesi Lelaulu

    We have a number of possible locations that we are considering, but we are unable to commit until the business has been funded through the PledgeMe equity campaign.

    Answered on 03-10-2016 by Richard Hall

    Hi, I was just wanting to double check. If we pledge money and the required capital isn't raised by the due date, will we get our money back?

    Posted on 05-10-2016 by Lorna Williams

    Hi Lorna, thank you for your question. The way that PledgeMe works is that no money actually changes hands (i.e. goes from your bank account to PledgeMe) until the minimum, which in our case is 450,000 shares, has been sold. It is only at that point once the campaign closes that you will be asked to pay PledgeMe the amount you have pledged.

    Answered on 05-10-2016 by Richard Hall

    Hi, what are the terms of the license agreement with Pasifika Enterprises? How will you manage conflicts of interest between KP Auckland Ltd and Pasifika Enterprises Ltd? And are there plans for the company long term eg after the second store has been opened? Thanks

    Posted on 05-10-2016 by Chris

    Thanks for your question. As mentioned in the business plan, we believe in transparency and accountability, which is why, once the business has been funded, we will look for and appoint three independent directors who with their knowledge and experience, can add value to the business and ensure that conflicts of interest, if there are any, are managed appropriately. Many of the contacts, systems and processes etc come from the current directors’ own experiences and under the licensing agreement, these will be openly shared with KP Auckland Limited to ensure that its business is successful. We do have views around expanding KP Auckland Limited as opportunities arise and we will revisit this once the second restaurant is up and running successfully.

    Answered on 07-10-2016 by Richard Hall

    HI there - how involved will Robert Oliver be if all goes according to plan? Will he oversee the day to day running? Or Manage from afar?

    Posted on 07-10-2016 by Natasha Finau

    Thanks for your question. There are three parts to running a successful restaurant - creative (Robert’s area, e.g. publicity, research, menu and recipes), operations (Richard’s area - how the restaurant runs day to day, its structures, processes and practices) and finance (Kenina’s area - the accounting systems for ensuring there is accurate and up to date reporting to ensure good decision making can take place). Each of us will obviously do whatever is required to ensure that our respective areas of responsibility are amazing and meet the requirements of what it takes to be a successful restaurant.

    Answered on 07-10-2016 by Richard Hall

    If say we invest into the business and later on down the track in say 4 years time we wish to leave, are we able to cash in our shares? Is that a possibility. Thanks

    Posted on 07-10-2016 by Lorna Williams

    A good question, thank you. Yes, you will be able to sell your shares down the track. Your ability to sell your shares will depend on you finding someone to buy your shares at a price that you would be happy to sell. We plan to calculate the share value each six months after March 2019 in order to help our shareholders determine whether or not they want to sell, or keep, their shares.

    Answered on 07-10-2016 by Richard Hall

    Hi there, notice how pledgers have pledged on 1, 2, 3 etc campaigns. Could you please explain, I am new to this. Thanks

    Posted on 02-11-2016 by Marcella von Stetten

    Thanks for your question. The pledge links to their profile, which shows how many times pledgers have pledged.

    Answered on 09-11-2016 by Richard Hall

    Hi Team,
    We like the idea, but wondering if projection can be achieved? You have indicated daily turnover of almost $11500 for 360 days on full 12 month turnover. Normally restaurants are busy on weekend, but not otherwise. Can we know how big [in terms of sq mt] this restaurant will be? To achieve this turnover, you may need to pay hefty rent as well?
    Cheers

    Posted on 08-11-2016 by Reny Cucal

    Thanks for your question - it's great to see people getting into the nitty gritty of the detail! Our projections are prepared on the basis of 100 covers - if every seat in the restaurant was taken, we would be serving 100 people. We start off the week at 40% full and work our way up to 78% full later in the week, and then on top of that, we've applied some thinking around how we think the restaurant will actually grow. We have plans for the corporate and tourism markets and both of those markets are more likely to do things Monday to Friday rather than on the weekend. We also have plans for a number of events throughout the year that will keep things fresh and interesting, and keep people coming back for more - we're expecting lots of repeat business! Of course, it is difficult to predict when the restaurant is going to be brand new, yet with both Robert and Richard's experience having opened many restaurants around the world, we are confident we can achieve the numbers. And of course, we expect to pay a high rent - firstly, we've allowed for this in our budget and secondly, our first restaurant is going to be central city so the rents will naturally be high.

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      Kenina Court
      2016-11-24 11:44:35 +1300

      Kenina Court has pledged on 8 campaigns

      “This is for Shane Jones who gave us a cash payment to make this investment. Thanks Shane, for your support!”

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      Lois NGAUCHUN
      2016-11-24 08:40:58 +1300

      Lois NGAUCHUN has pledged on 1 campaign

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      daniel
      2016-11-23 19:15:20 +1300

      daniel has pledged on 1 campaign

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      lance corbett
      2016-11-23 14:40:09 +1300

      lance corbett has pledged on 2 campaigns

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      Breanne
      2016-11-23 09:08:46 +1300

      Breanne has pledged on 2 campaigns

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      justin crooks
      2016-11-21 23:29:09 +1300

      justin crooks has pledged on 2 campaigns

      “Full confidence in Robert and his team, this concept is overdue in N.Z. looking forward to the opening!”

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      Ian Harris
      2016-11-21 09:04:18 +1300

      Ian Harris has pledged on 2 campaigns

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      Martin PN
      2016-11-20 19:20:41 +1300

      Martin PN has pledged on 2 campaigns

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      Jessica von Stetten
      2016-11-16 15:48:23 +1300

      Jessica von Stetten has pledged on 2 campaigns

      “Good luck with this venture!”

      This project was unsuccessful and finished on 28/11/2016 at 8:00 PM.

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      Investor Perks

      NZ $500 - $2,499

      Package A

      From $500 - an invitation to a special event

      NZ $2,500 - $4,999

      Package B

      Between $2,500 and $4,999 - a signed copy of Me'a Kai delivered in Aotearoa & an invitation to a special event

      NZ $5,000 - $34,999

      Package C

      Between $5,000 and $34,999 - a signed copy of Me'a Kai & Mea'ai Samoa delivered in Aotearoa and an invitation to a special event

      NZ $35,000+

      Package D

      For those shareholders who invest over $35,000, they will be invited to special exclusive and intimate events, such as a 'behind the scenes' food tour with Robert as your guide, going through one of the Islands, learning more about the Island and its culture through food, and meeting some of the people who have inspired Robert's recipes ( terms and conditions will apply)

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