A tale of two(ish) start-upsLessons Learned: What (not) to do              21.06.12         Tom Allason
Who am i?- Bermudian/Swiss/Brit- 31 yrs old- School in UK ‘88-’98 (GCSES+ A Levels)- University USA ‘98-’02 (Sociology)- B...
Opportunity• Service industry where customer was not king• Highly fragmented market suffering scale diseconomy• Service/sc...
CheapBook online• Simple to use (90% adoption!)• Quicker than phone• Reduce telephonists
TransparentTrack online• Booker & recipient tracking• Real-time ETA/ETD for SD• Reduce followup calls & OpEx
SecureEmail confirmation• Signature sent by email• Absolute peace of mind!• Reduce followup calls & OpEx
eCourier: Development     2003 (Idea) •   Conceived idea & began determining opportunity •   Gathered founding team: initi...
eCourier: Development     2003 (Idea) •   Conceived idea & began determining opportunity •   Gathered founding team: initi...
By 2008 I was ready to move on  Market• Same-day courier market declining in volume & value• Historically low barrier to e...
What’sthe story?
11.08.94
E-Commerce has come a long way
Delivery has not...
£1bnCost to UK e-retailof failed deliveries                       Source: IMRG 2010
2/3Cart abandoners citedelivery as reason                       Source: Royal Mail 2010
19%UK population not shopping onlinedue to inconvenient delivery options                                       Source: Ver...
90%                       Online shoppers                          cite delivery as                          top annoyance...
£177.11Lost time and wages waiting fordelivery per person, per annum                                  Source: TOA 2011
57%Comments made by shoppersabout delivery are negative                              Ubervu ’11
Delivery matters
Hub & Spoke  A          A                          B               B                        10+ miles      Hub and spoke i...
Point to Point           A                                     B                          <10 miles Point-to-point can be ...
Hub & Spoke  97% Courier, Express & Parcel Market
Point to Point                         +2,987 more!   3% Courier, Express & Parcel Market
Point to Point
‘Paypal for awesome delivery’Shutl is a branded option offered by retailer within checkout            alongside existing f...
‘Paypal for awesome delivery’Shutl takes data from retailer into API, return price & promise     for world’s fastest most ...
‘Paypal for awesome delivery’Available 24/7 & can be offered for same price standard delivery
Shutl generates aquote from eachrelevant carrier           ££££   £££within platformOptimum picked      ££based on price &...
On checkout, delivery sentvia API into chosen carrier’stransportation system                                 £££Courier co...
GPS tracking comes standardShutl takes GPS location from courier platform via API in real-            time and serves up o...
Delivery statusupdated in real-time,performance comparedagainst SLA & carrierquality rating updatedBetter performingcarrie...
FeedbackShutl sends feedback email to consumer seconds after they havereceived delivery asking to rate qualitative aspects...
FeedbackAnswers to ‘how can we improve’ Q stream unedited to @shutlfeed
FeedbackAnd also to shutl.co.uk/feedback where we can comment
FeedbackQuality of service most important since we are motivated by LTV   of shopper. Transparency builds trust and engage...
Newest Customer Journey
Newest Customer Journey
Newest Customer Journey
Newest Customer Journey
Why offer Shutl?Leverage stores to:  Attract            +      Convert                              +      Up-sell        ...
Coverage   Live                                                            % UK            Towns                          ...
Coverage   Jun                                                            % UK            Towns                           ...
5%
Coming Soon(ish)               5%
MarketSize             £0.5bn   £50+bnGrowth           -5%      20+%Problem solved   Small    LargeCompetition      Lots  ...
Shutl Main Red:         Shutl Accent Red:                                                                      Pantone 485...
Shutl Capital Raising History                                                                     National                ...
Shutl Main Red:         Shutl Accent Red:                                                                   Pantone 485 C ...
Shutl Main Red:         Shutl Accent Red:                                                                     Pantone 485 ...
Shutl Main Red:         Shutl Accent Red:                                                                   Pantone 485 C ...
Shutl Main Red:         Shutl Accent Red:                                                                      Pantone 485...
Shutl Main Red:         Shutl Accent Red:                                                                       Pantone 48...
Shutl Main Red:         Shutl Accent Red:                                                                   Corporate / St...
Shutl Main Red:         Shutl Accent Red:                                                                   Pantone 485 C ...
Shutl Main Red:         Shutl Accent Red:                                                                   Pantone 485 C ...
Shutl Main Red:         Shutl Accent Red:                                                                    Pantone 485 C...
Any questions?Tom AllasonFounder/CEOtom@shutl.co.uk             shutl.co.uk@tomall                        @shutl
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
UKTI Business Essentials Clinic:  Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)
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Presentation given by Tom Allason (eCourier + Shutl) to Minibar / UKTI Online Business Essentials Clinic on 21st June '12 at Young Foundation.

Apologies in advance but a lot of the content was spoken rather than written.

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UKTI Business Essentials Clinic: Capital raising / Tom Allason - Tale of 2 startups (eCourier/Shutl)

  1. 1. A tale of two(ish) start-upsLessons Learned: What (not) to do 21.06.12 Tom Allason
  2. 2. Who am i?- Bermudian/Swiss/Brit- 31 yrs old- School in UK ‘88-’98 (GCSES+ A Levels)- University USA ‘98-’02 (Sociology)- Became an “entrepreneur” at university- Moved to London in ’02- Founded eCourier.co.uk in ’03, launched in ‘04- Grew to £7.5m turnover & team of 250+ by ’08- Raised £8m investment from Angels + VCS- #6 Deloitte Fast 50- 5921% growth ’04-’09- Left eCourier in ’08 to found Shutl, launched ’09, live ’10
  3. 3. Opportunity• Service industry where customer was not king• Highly fragmented market suffering scale diseconomy• Service/scale issues result of inefficient human supply chain• Tech platform to Intelligently automate supply chain – Provide faster, more reliable value-added service – Reduce overhead cost & increase margins – Cut prices to increase share in commoditised market Become the point to point courier market
  4. 4. CheapBook online• Simple to use (90% adoption!)• Quicker than phone• Reduce telephonists
  5. 5. TransparentTrack online• Booker & recipient tracking• Real-time ETA/ETD for SD• Reduce followup calls & OpEx
  6. 6. SecureEmail confirmation• Signature sent by email• Absolute peace of mind!• Reduce followup calls & OpEx
  7. 7. eCourier: Development 2003 (Idea) • Conceived idea & began determining opportunity • Gathered founding team: initially 3 co-founders • Put together business plan + model 2004-5 (Seed) • £1m raised: angel investment • Commence development • Business operational: office, staff, marketing etc 2005-6 (Startup) • £2m raised: VC- Series A • Continued development • Fund growth & working capital 2006-8 (Growth) • £5m from: VC - Series B • Build out team: management, sales • Working capital to break-even
  8. 8. eCourier: Development 2003 (Idea) • Conceived idea & began determining opportunity • Gathered founding team: initially 3 co-founders • Put together business plan + model 2004-5 (Seed) • £1m raised: angel investment • Commence development • Business operational: office, staff, marketing etc 2005-6 (Startup) • £2m raised: VC- Series A • Continued development • Fund growth & working capital 2006-8 (Growth) • £5m from: VC - Series B • Build out team: management, sales • Working capital to break-even
  9. 9. By 2008 I was ready to move on Market• Same-day courier market declining in volume & value• Historically low barrier to entry -> highly competitive• Problem not ‘big enough’ to guarantee solution wins client Business• In spite of technology still needed (lots of) people!• Moving parts makes scaling a challenge (and local)• -IVE cash-flow means growth increases capital requirement Personal• Significant investment diluted team stake 50% -> 5%• Role: entrepreneur -> manager of 250+ person business
  10. 10. What’sthe story?
  11. 11. 11.08.94
  12. 12. E-Commerce has come a long way
  13. 13. Delivery has not...
  14. 14. £1bnCost to UK e-retailof failed deliveries Source: IMRG 2010
  15. 15. 2/3Cart abandoners citedelivery as reason Source: Royal Mail 2010
  16. 16. 19%UK population not shopping onlinedue to inconvenient delivery options Source: Verdict 2011
  17. 17. 90% Online shoppers cite delivery as top annoyanceSource: Royal Mail 2010
  18. 18. £177.11Lost time and wages waiting fordelivery per person, per annum Source: TOA 2011
  19. 19. 57%Comments made by shoppersabout delivery are negative Ubervu ’11
  20. 20. Delivery matters
  21. 21. Hub & Spoke A A B B 10+ miles Hub and spoke is so prevalent because it is the only cost effective way of delivering 10+ miles
  22. 22. Point to Point A B <10 miles Point-to-point can be cost effective over short distances, sometimes even cheaper than hub-and-spoke
  23. 23. Hub & Spoke 97% Courier, Express & Parcel Market
  24. 24. Point to Point +2,987 more! 3% Courier, Express & Parcel Market
  25. 25. Point to Point
  26. 26. ‘Paypal for awesome delivery’Shutl is a branded option offered by retailer within checkout alongside existing fulfilment methods
  27. 27. ‘Paypal for awesome delivery’Shutl takes data from retailer into API, return price & promise for world’s fastest most convenient delivery service
  28. 28. ‘Paypal for awesome delivery’Available 24/7 & can be offered for same price standard delivery
  29. 29. Shutl generates aquote from eachrelevant carrier ££££ £££within platformOptimum picked ££based on price & £££quality rating £££ ££££
  30. 30. On checkout, delivery sentvia API into chosen carrier’stransportation system £££Courier collects fromstore and deliversto shopper SHOP
  31. 31. GPS tracking comes standardShutl takes GPS location from courier platform via API in real- time and serves up onto tracking page
  32. 32. Delivery statusupdated in real-time,performance comparedagainst SLA & carrierquality rating updatedBetter performingcarriers get moredeliveries & candemand higher prices
  33. 33. FeedbackShutl sends feedback email to consumer seconds after they havereceived delivery asking to rate qualitative aspects of experience
  34. 34. FeedbackAnswers to ‘how can we improve’ Q stream unedited to @shutlfeed
  35. 35. FeedbackAnd also to shutl.co.uk/feedback where we can comment
  36. 36. FeedbackQuality of service most important since we are motivated by LTV of shopper. Transparency builds trust and engagement.
  37. 37. Newest Customer Journey
  38. 38. Newest Customer Journey
  39. 39. Newest Customer Journey
  40. 40. Newest Customer Journey
  41. 41. Why offer Shutl?Leverage stores to: Attract + Convert + Up-sell =3x increase to 10+%+ conversion 50+%+ increase tonew customers improvement basket valueIt’s not rocket science...
  42. 42. Coverage Live % UK Towns ECOM £ Aberdeen Basildon Basingstoke Bath Belfast Birmingham Bournemouth Bristol Cambridge Cardiff Chelmsford Cheltenham Derby Dudley Edinburgh Exeter Gateshead Glasgow Gloucester Gillingham Guildford Harrogate Hull Ilford Lakeside Leeds Leicester Liverpool Livingstone London Maidstone Milton Keynes Manchester Newcastle Norwich Northampton Nottingham 70% Oxford Portsmouth Plymouth Reading Rotherham Sheffield Slough Southampton Southend Stirling Sunderland Swindon Warrington Wigan Wolverhampton York
  43. 43. Coverage Jun % UK Towns ECOM £ Aberdeen Basildon Basingstoke Bath Belfast Birmingham Bournemouth Bristol Cambridge Cardiff Chelmsford Cheltenham Derby Dudley Edinburgh Exeter Gateshead Glasgow Gloucester Gillingham Guildford Harrogate Hull Ilford Lakeside Leeds Leicester Liverpool Livingstone London Maidstone Milton Keynes Manchester Newcastle Norwich Northampton Nottingham 70% Oxford Portsmouth Plymouth Reading Rotherham Sheffield Slough Southampton Southend Stirling Sunderland Swindon Warrington Wigan Wolverhampton York 75% Blackpool Bolton Brighton Canterbury Chester Colchester Crawley Dundee Ipswich Lincoln Peterborough Preston Shrewsbury Swansea
  44. 44. 5%
  45. 45. Coming Soon(ish) 5%
  46. 46. MarketSize £0.5bn £50+bnGrowth -5% 20+%Problem solved Small LargeCompetition Lots NoneLargest Client <£1m >£20mBusinessTeam 50+250 18Cash-flow -ive +iveCapital Req: £10m £3mTeam >10% <55%Shareholding:
  47. 47. Shutl Main Red: Shutl Accent Red: Pantone 485 C Pantone 484 C C0 M100 Y99 K4 C0 M100 Y99 K4 R208 G31 B40 R208 G31 B40red on white HEX D01F28 HEX D01F28 red on lighter tones Raising Investment = Risk vs Reward Shutl Black: Shutl Accent Grey: Pantone BLACK Pantone BLACK C0 M0 Y0 K0100 C0 M0 Y0 K70 How big is opportunity and what are chances of seizing it? Please note: @ 70%Black on white Reverse (white) on darker tones The black logo should never appear on in any ‘dark’ colour background. 5 Branding Guidelines Opportunity (Reward): - Problem: What is need for product / service? - Market: How big is problem: size, growth, accessibility, competition? - Economics: Will consumers pay enough for you to profit? Execution (Risk): - Team /SP: Credibility of plan (Co-founders, NEDs, Advisors, Investors) - Product: Does your solution to problem do what it says? - Capital: Will your fuel cover the trip? Cost/structure, Cash-flow etc Valuation increases the more opportunity is proven and execution risk disproved
  48. 48. Shutl Capital Raising History National Roll-out Q4 ’11 Pilot live Q3 ‘10 Pilot Client Complete Interest Q3 ‘10 Q2 ‘09 Research Started Client Q2 ‘08 Commit Q3 ‘09 Dev Commenced Q1 ‘09 Founder Team Seed Follow On Strategic 1 Strategic 2CAP £50k £50k £500k £400k £650k £1.3mTeam 100% 100% 80% 70% 65% 60%
  49. 49. Shutl Main Red: Shutl Accent Red: Pantone 485 C Pantone 484 C C0 M100 Y99 K4 C0 M100 Y99 K4 R208 G31 B40 R208 G31 B40red on white HEX D01F28 HEX D01F28 red on lighter tones Equity Shutl Black: Pantone BLACK C0 M0 Y0 K0100 Shutl Accent Grey: Pantone BLACK C0 M0 Y0 K70 @ 70% Please note:Black on white Reverse (white) on darker tones The black logo should never appear on in any ‘dark’ colour background. 5 Branding Guidelines - As long as your business/idea is going in the right direction, the capital you raise now should be the most expensive you will ever raise, so... think small - Raise the minimum you need to take business/idea as far as possible
  50. 50. Shutl Main Red: Shutl Accent Red: Pantone 485 C Pantone 484 C C0 M100 Y99 K4 C0 M100 Y99 K4 Friends & Family R208 G31 B40 R208 G31 B40red on white HEX D01F28 HEX D01F28 red on lighter tones Shutl Black: Shutl Accent Grey: Pantone BLACK Pantone BLACK C0 M0 Y0 K0100 C0 M0 Y0 K70 @ 70% Please note:Black on white Reverse (white) on darker tones The black logo should never appear on in any ‘dark’ colour background. 5 Branding Guidelines Quantum: £100-£100k Stage: Fag packet - any Their motivation: You... making you happy + not falling out Your motivation: Making them proud/happy, Not falling out Terms: Ordinary shares, possibly EIS, same price as you
  51. 51. Shutl Main Red: Shutl Accent Red: Pantone 485 C Pantone 484 C C0 M100 Y99 K4 C0 M100 Y99 K4 Angels R208 G31 B40 R208 G31 B40red on white HEX D01F28 HEX D01F28 red on lighter tones Shutl Black: Shutl Accent Grey: Pantone BLACK Pantone BLACK C0 M0 Y0 K0100 C0 M0 Y0 K70 @ 70% Please note:Black on white Reverse (white) on darker tones The black logo should never appear on in any ‘dark’ colour background. 5 Branding Guidelines Quantum: £10k-£500k Stage: Fag packet / Business Plan / Proof of Concept Their Motivation: Them, making return and use of expertise Your Motivation: Getting cash & expertise Terms: EIS semi ordinary shares, Investment Agreement + Articles with investor protection: liquidation, specified management rights, board seat Find them: Angel.li, Crunchbase, Duedil
  52. 52. Shutl Main Red: Shutl Accent Red: Pantone 485 C Pantone 484 C C0 M100 Y99 K4 C0 M100 Y99 K4red on white red on lighter tones Venture Capital Firm R208 G31 B40 HEX D01F28 R208 G31 B40 HEX D01F28 Shutl Black: Shutl Accent Grey: Pantone BLACK Pantone BLACK C0 M0 Y0 K0100 C0 M0 Y0 K70 @ 70% Please note:Black on white Reverse (white) on darker tones The black logo should never appear on in any ‘dark’ colour background. 5 Branding Guidelines Quantum: £1-10m Stage: Business model proven(ish) & needs scaling Their motivation: Them & their LPs for 5 yrs, making return, protecting up/down side, looking good for next fundraising Your motivation: Taking money, getting out Terms: Strict Preferences
  53. 53. Shutl Main Red: Shutl Accent Red: Pantone 485 C Pantone 484 C Seed Funds C0 M100 Y99 K4 C0 M100 Y99 K4 R208 G31 B40 R208 G31 B40red on white HEX D01F28 HEX D01F28 red on lighter tones Shutl Black: Shutl Accent Grey: Pantone BLACK Pantone BLACK C0 M0 Y0 K0100 C0 M0 Y0 K70 @ 70% Please note:Black on white Reverse (white) on darker tones The black logo should never appear on in any ‘dark’ colour background. 5 Branding Guidelines Quantum: £50k-£500k Stage: Any Their motivation: Getting in cheap Your motivation: Taking money, getting out Terms: Mild-Strict Preferences
  54. 54. Shutl Main Red: Shutl Accent Red: Corporate / Strategic Pantone 485 C Pantone 484 C C0 M100 Y99 K4 C0 M100 Y99 K4 R208 G31 B40 R208 G31 B40red on white HEX D01F28 HEX D01F28 red on lighter tones Investor Shutl Black: Shutl Accent Grey: Pantone BLACK Pantone BLACK C0 M0 Y0 K0100 C0 M0 Y0 K70 @ 70% Please note:Black on white Reverse (white) on darker tones The black logo should never appear on in any ‘dark’ colour background. 5 Branding Guidelines Quantum: £100k+ Stage: Any Their motivation: Who knows? Figure it out! Your motivation: Taking money, getting out, no limits Terms: Strict Preferences ie ROFR often restricting exit
  55. 55. Shutl Main Red: Shutl Accent Red: Pantone 485 C Pantone 484 C C0 M100 Y99 K4 C0 M100 Y99 K4 R208 G31 B40 R208 G31 B40red on white HEX D01F28 HEX D01F28 red on lighter tones Shutl Black: Debt Pantone BLACK C0 M0 Y0 K0100 Shutl Accent Grey: Pantone BLACK C0 M0 Y0 K70 @ 70% Please note:Black on white Reverse (white) on darker tones The black logo should never appear on in any ‘dark’ colour background. 5 Branding Guidelines - Something you can get only when you don’t need it
  56. 56. Shutl Main Red: Shutl Accent Red: Pantone 485 C Pantone 484 C C0 M100 Y99 K4 C0 M100 Y99 K4 R208 G31 B40 R208 G31 B40red on white HEX D01F28 HEX D01F28 red on lighter tones Shutl Black: Shutl Accent Grey: Pantone BLACK Pantone BLACK C0 M0 Y0 K0100 C0 M0 Y0 K70 @ 70% Please note:Black on white Reverse (white) on darker tones The black logo should never appear on in any ‘dark’ colour background. 5 Branding Guidelines Quantum: £100k - £1m Motivation: Avoiding any risk, Hitting Gov lending targets Terms: Serviceability, Security, Profitability, History
  57. 57. Shutl Main Red: Shutl Accent Red: Pantone 485 C Pantone 484 C C0 M100 Y99 K4 C0 M100 Y99 K4 R208 G31 B40 R208 G31 B40red on white HEX D01F28 HEX D01F28 red on lighter tones Resources Shutl Black: Pantone BLACK C0 M0 Y0 K0100 Shutl Accent Grey: Pantone BLACK C0 M0 Y0 K70 @ 70% Please note:Black on white Reverse (white) on darker tones The black logo should never appear on in any ‘dark’ colour background. 5 Branding Guidelines - Venture Blogs: - Mark Suster: Both sides of the table: - Chris Dixon - Nick Brisbourne: Equity Kicker - Incubators: - UK: Seedcamp, Springboard, Difference Engine - USA: Y Combinator, TechStars - Research: - Angel.li - CrunchBase
  58. 58. Any questions?Tom AllasonFounder/CEOtom@shutl.co.uk shutl.co.uk@tomall @shutl

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