Moscar Capital are delighted to announce our investment into Diamond White Aligners (DWA). The company offers a cost-effective alternative to braces for straightening your teeth, with savings of up to 70%. DWA director, Richard Marques, is one of the highest-profile dentists in the UK with many celebrity clients, including Rita Ora and Dua Lipa, and the exposure and PR Richard receives helps explain the company’s stratospheric growth.
Despite DWA only starting to trade in June 2020 the company is already profitable. Their first year’s revenue is set to exceed £2m and they enjoy a run-rate of over £3m. Moscar Capital’s investment and expertise will support DWA’s continued growth in the UK, as well as supporting their expansion into new territories, including Australia.
With the worldwide invisible aligner market set to increase by 18% YoY until 2026 we feel it is a fantastic time to invest in DWA, and we are sure they have the right team to ensure the enterprise is a huge success.
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About Moscar Capital
Moscar is a venture capital fund managed from London who target smaller bootstrapped companies with valuations ranging from £2m-£10m. The growth in these companies has been harnessed by their ambitious founders, who share our unstoppable drive to build compelling financial and societal returns. We target revenue generating companies with minimal cash burn to ensure that these are viable businesses with market demand. Our investment is then used for growth capital with easily monitored objectives.
Post investment, we prepare our companies for institutional funding by producing a clear road map to a larger Series-A round, ideally within 12-18 months. We assist with board formulation, business analysis and modelling for expansion, making the company attractive for institutional investors. With our hands-on approach we don’t just invest in businesses – we become deeply invested in them.
The Fund is targeting an internal rate of return (“IRR”) of 25% per annum, or 5x cash on cash, over a maximum 7-year period.