Hundreds of millions of people worldwide now buy their groceries online, sourcing the food and drink they need to feed their families more cheaply and
Fresho, an online platform that lets restaurants order produce directly from suppliers, has raised $14 million, locking in capital to fuel its international expansion before an anticipated drop-off in Australian technology start-up investment.
Fresho secures $10m to accelerates US and UK expansion plans to make food supply chains more sustainable
Fresho, a company that aims to make food supply chains more sustainable between restaurants and their suppliers, has whet the appetite of investors with a $10m series A funding round.
“You never stop learning”: Foodtech startup raises $9 million from Aconex co-founders and Canva investor
Melbourne foodtech startup Fresho has raised $9 million in funding from a group of private investors including Rob Phillpot and Leigh Jasper, co-founders of Aussie construction startup success story Aconex.
The co-founders of Australian tech success story Aconex are among the investors in a $3 million funding round for Fresho, an online platform that lets restaurants order produce directly from suppliers.
When Jay Carroll decided to take his business to the next level, Fresho’s state-of-the-art ordering software helped get him on his way, opening up new opportunities for the future.
Small business owner, Travis Diss, had a feasible dream, to holiday for longer than 10 days. For years this dream has been out of reach because stepping back was unimaginable… until implementing Fresho.