Having recently raised $37 million in Series B funding, the digital restaurant platform is launching on Crowdcube soon, and they’re inviting you to join them as they embark on the journey to expand into more cities across Europe.
By investing from just £10, you’ll get an equity stake in the business that’s bringing a collection of online restaurants serving the best of street food to cities across Europe.
Taster has recently raised $37 million in Series B funding led by Octopus Ventures and existing investors Battery Ventures, LocalGlobe and Heartcore Capital. Now, they want to invite you to join them on the journey too. The Series B investment, and funding from this round, will be used to increase Taster’s presence across the UK, France, and Spain and drive rapid expansion into new cities to bring Taster to even more people.
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Firstly, register for early access so you’ll get exclusive access to make your investment before it’s publicly available on Crowdcube. Next up, if you’re not already a Crowdcube member, create an account, so you’re ready to invest; joining is free, simple and quick. Once you’ve registered for early access, Taster will send you an email when you’re able to make your investment.
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