INVEST IN BALLERS
Ballers Champagne is an ultra premium product plus a unique packaging design that grabs the attention of every Baller.
$1.50 (Current individual share price)
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Capital at Risk. Read our prospectus before investing.
A summary of risks can be found at the bottom of this page.
INVEST & OWN A PART OF A GROWING CHAMPAGNE BRAND FROM ONLY $2500
INVESTORS GET SHARE CERTIFICATES & PERKS
When you invest in Ballers, you'll get share certificates in the company. In addition to that, you can receive perks starting from certain amounts:
Larger Investments available
In todays world the name "BALLERS" holds a powerful worldwide representation: For those not only in the sports world , but those living an opulent lifestyle.
1.A player of a ball game, especially a talented basketball, footballer and NFL.
2.Someone that has gone from rags to riches in the music industry i.e. rappers
3.A baller in life, clubbing, travelling and showcasing a richer type of lifestyle.
Our position in the champagne market is middle to high end luxury with coolness for the younger generation that thrive to be like their sporting - celebrity idols.
Champagne brands are regulated and controlled via the Comité Interprofessionnel du vin de Champagne.
This ensures all brands abide to their strict regulations.
Ballers Champagne is registered and approved by the CIVC.
There is approximately 260 Champagne houses covering 75,000 acres of vineyards throughout the Champagne - Ardenne region of France.
10% of the houses are purely grape growers for the larger global brands. The remaining houses produce their champagnes under their family brand names.
The annual region production is approximately 300 million bottles per year..
Each house must reserve bottles for a minimum of 24 months after harvest.
Ballers Champagne reserves bottles in underground cellars, for a minimum of 36 months and has a production capacity of 200,000+ bottles per year.
The last 3 years has seen a surge in growth for the champagne industry with 2018 reaching a record turnover of €4.9bn.
The luxury premium sector of the market consisting of bottles retailing over €100 euros per bottle contributed more than 30% of the turnover in 2018
Champagne is only made in Champagne Region, France
Largest Importing countries of 2018
Over 30 countries are now importing more than 1 million bottles per year
Almost 20 countries are now importing more than 5 million bottles per year
USA is our main import & distribution target
How we've Built BALLERS
First Visit to the vineyard to meet with Penet Family, sample some different blends and agree terms with Alexandre Penet.
Grapes harvested to create 3 different varieties of champagne of approx 30,000 bottles.
Brand Name Ballers champagne confirmed and approved by CIVC
18 Months of trial branding / designs
Alexandre Penet puts his name to Ballers Champagne and joins the brand.
2016 Harvest bottles disgorged & ready for decoration process.
Ballers Brands Ltd formed that owns the brand.
All USA licensing complete
Secured Distribution 2020
ALABAMA | CALIFORNIA | CONNECTICUT | FLORIDA | GEORGIA | NEW JERSEY | NEW YORK
FRANCE | GERMANY | SPAIN | SWITZERLAND | UNITED KINGDOM
CHINA | SINGAPORE | JAPAN
SOUTH AFRICA | NIGERIA
PRODUCTS - OUR CHAMPAGNE'S
VINEYARD WITH 400 YEARS OF HISTORY
HOW YOUR INVESTMENT IS DISBURSED
2Increase readily available stock holding of completed decorated bottles to 10,000
Create point of sale stock holding including, velvet bottle dust bags, luxury gift boxes, Ice buckets, glorifiers & branded glassware
Employment of salaried staff for sales, adminstration & warehouse team.
Official Ballers Launch into the American market in New York March 2020
Social media marketing with key influencers, photoshoot the brand plus promotional brand video
Each one of our mission goals leads to the next.....
95% of Champagne brands are owned by the Champagne house families and do not look at selling as the brand is their family name heritage.
EBDITA in the wine & spirits sector ranges from x5 – x10 of your gross profit sometimes higher
We will be aiming for a 10 year exit so our investors must understand this is a long term investment.
*the above vaulations are esitmated on our conservative projected sales, these are not a gaurantee, they could be alot lower or even higher*
sell your shares early
Sell to a private indvidual, friend, family or foe. You would need prior written confirmation from us and all relviant checks would need to be conducted on the new shareholder before the sale can be completed.
SELL BACK TO US
We may want to purchase the shares back off you at an agreed price, this would be the easiest process but its not gauranteed we would.
SELL VIA US
Sell to a current Ballers investor that wants to increase their shareholding.
We would send out a email to all investors and introduce you to any takers, the price you agree would be between both parties.
Risks Relating to the Champagne Industry, Business and Operations:
A downturn in the markets in which Ballers operates (as well as other markets around the world) could adversely affect Ballers business.
Ballers is active in a market in continious development & production.
Weather may effect the production quantity / quality at the vineyard.
Ballers may be unsuccessful in efforts to expand the international reach of its product.
Transportation of glassed products are at high risk in travel and sometimes are not covered with insurance. (however we take extra precautions with our transport packaging which is additional costs)
Additional competition brands may be launched
Financial results may vary significantly from period-to-period due to the seasonality of Ballers business and fluctuations in operating costs.
Risks relating to the Ballers shares receipts and the Offering:
Ballers may not be able to pay dividends in the future.
The transfer of the shares is subject to restrictions. Investors may therefore not be able to sell or otherwise dispose of their shares and/or to sell their shares receipts for the price paid for them.
Investment in Ballers Brands Ltd should only be made on the basis of the information contained in the prospectus.
Before investing in Ballers Brands Ltd, prospective investors should consider carefully the following risks and uncertainties in addition to the other information presented in the Prospectus. The Issuer believes that the following risk factors are specific to the industry in which Ballers operates, to Ballers or to Ballers business, as well as to the investment, If any of the following risks actually occurs, Ballers business, results of operations or financial condition could be materially adversely affected. In that event, the value of the shares certficates could decline, and an investor might lose part or all of the investor's investment.
In addition, prospective investors should realise that in the event two or more risks and/or uncertainties materialise simultaneously or accumulate, Ballers business, results of operations or financial condition could be even more adversely affected and the value of the shares could further decline. Although the Issuer believes that the risks and uncertainties described below are Ballers material risks and uncertainties, they are not the only ones Ballers face. Additional risks and uncertainties not presently known to the Issuer or that the Issuer currently does not deem material may also have a material adverse effect on Ballers business, results of operations or financial condition and could negatively affect the price of the shares.
Prospective investors should read the detailed information set out in the Prospectus and should reach their own views before making an investment decision with respect to any shares they may want to purchase. Furthermore, before making an investment decision with respect to any purchase, prospective investors should consult their own stockbroker, bank manager, lawyer, auditor or other financial, legal and tax advisers and carefully review the risks associated with an investment in Ballers and consider such an investment decision in light of the prospective investor's personal circumstances.