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Zero Co seeks $4.3m via crowdfunding to drive global expansion

Zero Co calls for investment from the public. Image: Zero Co.
Byron Bay refillables start-up Zero Co has announced a $4.3 million equity crowdsource funding campaign to support the expansion of the brand’s product range and plans to enter the global market next year. “We’re giving customers (and all Australians) the opportunity to invest in Zero Co and help us tackle the global plastic problem at a larger scale,” founder Mike Smith told Inside Retail. “We are hoping to raise $4 million to support this next, exciting chapter.” The ‘expression