The stock market flop that Deliveroo suffered does not entail the entire industry is on the verge of collapse. Supper, still a small enterprise for the time being, is proof of that. This London-based meal delivery company specialises in top-notch gastronomy, and its concept seems to be catching on. Supper now wants to raise funds to expand its activities to cities such as New York and Dubai.
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Dutch app Otrium, which sells unsold stocks of branded clothing, has raised 100 million euros in fresh capital to prepare its planned expansion to the United States.
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Online supermarket Crisp has just raised 30 million euros in fresh capital. Among the investors are the founders of Just Eat Takeaway (Jitse Groen) and Adyen.
Mosa Meat, the food pioneer that presented the world's first cultured meat burger in 2013, has raised the equivalent of 70 million euros in a new funding round. The money will serve to scale up the production of cultured meat.
Too Good to Go, the start-up against food waste, has raised 31.1 million dollar (25.3 million euro) in a new capital round. The money should support, among other things, expansion in the United States.
To support the company's further European expansion, Ace & Tate raised over 14 million euros. The money will be used to open sixteen new stores.
Otrium is an online outlet platform from the Netherlands with a presence in Belgium and most other European countries as well. The platform recently received 7 million euros of growth capital from Index Ventures. The same fund also invested in Asos and Net-a-Porter.