Invest in the future of Death Care
your Investment Helps To:
reimagine our relationship with death
create a framework for ritual
decrease the amount of arable land used for cemeteries
Reduce toxic materials buried in the earth
reduce greenhouse gasses produced by current funeral practices
Save over one metric ton of carbon per person
Create healthy soils
bring intention and transparency to the end-of-life
strengthen human interconnection
Recompose believes that scaling is necessary to have the impact we want on the world – to change the emotional landscape around death care and create environmental wealth at the end-of-life. We can only do that if our system is available in many places, and our business model must support that growth.
However, the “growth-at-any-cost” mindset of American companies and the corresponding expectations of investors have contributed to a toxic landscape for many businesses and people. The dominant practice has been to accelerate growth in order to make companies appealing acquisition or IPO candidates over a relatively short time horizon (typically five to ten years.) This often comes at the expense of values and mission, employees, communities, the environment, and even investors.
Recompose is committed to growing our company organically, carefully, and deliberately with strong and enduring financial results. The nature of our business supports this philosophy, and we are seeking investors who appreciate the potential and who are pleased to join Recompose as long-term investors.
Total Raise: $6,750,000
Minimum Investment: $100,000
investment type: equity + dividends
investors: accredited only
Because we are trying to raise a large amount of capital, our minimum investment is quite high, and our offering is only open to accredited investors. In the future, we hope to offer additional investment opportunities at a lower minimum.
Before you decide to invest, you should read and understand the Private Placement Memorandum for this offering dated April 30, 2019, including the risk factors, and all offering documents. Accredited investors may request a copy of the Private Placement Memorandum by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Additionally, in order to invest, you are required to verify your status either by registering on verifyinvestor.com, or by selecting your own third-party verification provider. See this link for the materials necessary to verify your accredited investor status using either method.
Thank you so much for your consideration. If you meet the criteria and are interested in learning more, please contact us at email@example.com.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR INVESTORS
This webpage does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to purchase any securities in any jurisdiction in which such an offer or solicitation is not authorized and does not constitute an offer within any jurisdiction to any person to whom such offer would be unlawful. Additional details of the offering, which will be available to accredited investors only, are included in the Private Placement Memorandum. Recompose does not and cannot provide investment advice or make any investment recommendations to any persons, and no communication with Recompose should be construed as such.
Certain matters discussed on this webpage include forward-looking statements. Although Recompose believes the expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, it can give no assurance that its expectations will be attained. Actual results, performance, or achievements could differ materially from those contemplated, expressed, or implied by the forward-looking statements contained on this webpage. Investors should review the risk factors and other information contained in the Private Placement Memorandum. Forward-looking statements on this webpage speak only as of the date made. Recompose does not undertake any duty to update any statements contained on this webpage (including any forward-looking statements), except as required by law. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from expectations include general industry considerations, regulatory changes, changes in local or national economic conditions and other risks.