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Kinnevik is clearly going all-in on the red-hot online grocery delivery market. Just two weeks ago, they dropped at cool €220 million on Norway’s Kolonial (now Oda), and now how jumped into MatHem’s shopping basket (again) to the tune of €14.8 million in the grocer’s €108.7 million funding round.
As with just about every aspect of our former non-digital lives, the global pandemic has rapidly accelerated changes that were bound to come. And if it wasn’t already apparent, Oslo-based Kolonial’s raise of ~€220 million (2.2 billion NOK) is yet another indicator of the already red hot European online
Milan-based online grocery shopping platform Everli has raised $100 million in a series C round. This is Everli’s largest raise to date, and was led by Verlinvest and saw participation from existing investors FITEC, 360 Capital, Innogest and DIP, as well as onboarding new investors Luxor, DN Capital, C4
Rohlik, the Czech Republic-based online grocery supermarket and delivery service founded in 2014, is now a €300 million-a-year business thanks to Covid-19. The Prague-based company today announced that it has secured €190 million in funding to fuel further growth. The financing round was led by Partech, joined by Index
Swedish investment powerhouse Kinnevik has committed to invest 0.9 billion Swedish kroner (roughly €86 million) in online grocer MatHem to increase its stake to 38%. Kinnevik announced that it will invest about €38 million in primary capital into the business, and the rest through secondary share purchases, to up
Norwegian online grocery retailer Kolonial.no has raised €31.4 million from Kinnevik, which in turn will receive a 15% stake in the company. Kolonial.no was founded in 2013 and offers grocery delivery to approximately 40% of Norwegian households. The company’s revenues grew by 88% in 2017, to €83.7 million. “Kinnevik
Paris-based Alorsfaim has brought home €4 million in a seed funding round and aims to continue its rapid expansion across the lovers of Asian food community in France and Europe. The funding will be used to further develop the company’s logistics operations as well as expand the team. Founded