Happy Cow Milk launches third round to pave the way to profitability

Happy Cow Milk launches third round to pave the way to profitability
Happy Cow Milk says it will aim to pay a dividend in 2025. (Image: Happy Cow Milk)
Rebecca Howard
New Zealand startup Happy Cow Milk will report a net profit in the year to March 2025 and look at paying a dividend if it hits its $1 million target in its third round of equity crowdfunding. The offer, which opens on Wednesday on PledgeMe, is for up to 250,000 shares at $4 each. The minimum investment is $100. The goal is to raise a minimum of $200,000 and a maximum of $1m. Shares issued will be non-voting ordinary shares, ranking equally with all other existing non-voting ordinary shares. If the maximum is raised, it would be equiva...

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