Skinoo

Equity Belgium 90 investors

Skinoo produces breastfeeding rings in natural cotton against nipple cracking. They can be purchased in pharmacies and baby shops.
€300,000
Pre money valuation
38.5%
Equity offered
€43,900
Amount raised
€6,084
Committed by co-investors
0 days
Remaining
€30,000
Minimum target
146% funded
This campaign has been closed

Jasmine DE WULF

Founder

Skinoo was created in 2013 by Jasmine De Wulf, a mother of four, who wanted to place on the market products that improve the living comfort of mothers and their babies. The breastfeeding rings were invented on the basis of her own experience and developed with the help of a centre for research in medical devices.
Jasmine has worked in Marketing & Communication for 15 years.

Laurence LOREAUX

Staff

Holding a university degree in languages and trained in International Trade (Explort - Awex), Laurence is currently in charge of the business development in the UK for Skinoo.
Based in London, she is carrying out a market research and looking for potential British wholesalers and retailers.

Benoît LIGOT

Staff

Sales and Marketing Consultant
Highly experienced with more than 20 years of international marketing and extensive International Sales management: strategy/Competitive Strategy/Developing business/Market research/ Identifying new markets/Negotiation
Specialties: Strategic global marketing
International Sales management
Walloon government certifications for BD

Frédéric VERDEBOUT

Manager

Audit-Consulting-Accounting

Viviane PEETERS

Manager

Packaging, production and logistics.

Bruno DE WULF

Advisor

Owner, Agriculture and seeds business

Christian BAUWENS

Staff

Christian Bauwens is Jasmine's mentor at Réseau Entreprendre Brabant-Wallon.

François FORNIERI

Founder

François Fornieri is Jasmine's consultant for Exportation Strategy under the "Corporate Citizen" program created by the awex.

Jean-Pierre PRADIER

Advisor

Jean-Pierre Pradier is Jasmine's advisor under the Caring Entrepreneurship Fund created by Roch Doliveux, CEO at UCB and hosted at King Baldwin Foundation.