Kenya-based Kapu raised $8 million in its SEED round co-led by Giant Ventures and Firstminute Capital

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Kenya-based Kapu raised $8 million in its SEED round co-led by Giant Ventures and Firstminute Capital where Founder Collective, Base Capital, Norrsken (Klarna co-founder Niklas Adalberth’s fund), Raven One, and angel investors also participated.

Kapu is developing a business-to-consumer e-commerce service that allows customers to buy groceries at lower prices through both online and offline channels. Kapu intends to use the new funds to fully penetrate Kenya’s capital before expanding into new markets. Kapu claims that by sourcing directly from manufacturers and producers, it enables group bulk-buying of groceries and helps consumers save money on fresh produce and packaged consumer goods.

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Kenya-based Kapu raised $8 million in its SEED round co-led by Giant Ventures and Firstminute Capital

Kenya-based Kapu raised $8 million in its SEED round co-led by Giant Ventures and Firstminute Capital where Founder Collective, Base Capital, Norrsken (Klarna co-founder Niklas Adalberth’s fund), Raven One, and angel investors also participated.

Kapu is developing a business-to-consumer e-commerce service that allows customers to buy groceries at lower prices through both online and offline channels. Kapu intends to use the new funds to fully penetrate Kenya’s capital before expanding into new markets. Kapu claims that by sourcing directly from manufacturers and producers, it enables group bulk-buying of groceries and helps consumers save money on fresh produce and packaged consumer goods.

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