Bristol-based Chinese takeaway restaurant Hotcha has become the latest company to advertise an investment opportunity on Crowdcube.

Their mini bond offers a choice of financial return – investors can choose either an 8% interest rate, payable in cash, or a 12% interest rate redeemable in store credit.

The initial investment starts at a minimum of £250, and the company are looking to raise a total of £1 million. The opportunity has 44 days left and has already raised nearly a quarter of the total needed.

The team behind the project come from a variety of relevant industries, bringing a wealth of expertise to the table. Co-Founders James Laing and Andy Chan both have experience managing and directing sales-based companies and believe that, in order for the business to be successful, the simple things should be done right; in other words, the food should be fast, friendly and fresh.

Mini-bonds provide a regular return on your savings by lending money to more established brands over a set period. For more information on Hotcha’s investment opportunity, visit


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