Delivery service Zakaz.ua raises a €5M funding round
Zakaz.ua, delivery service from the largest retail grocery chains in Ukraine, raised an investment of 5 million euros. The deal took place at the end of February 2020, as confirmed by Crunchbase data.
- The current shareholder of Zakaz.ua, the company Chernovetskyi Investment Group (CIG), led this series A round. In September 2014, it already invested $2.5 million in the service. Previously, we published an article with details of the deal.
- The company refused to officially comment on the deal.
- Zakaz.ua was founded by Ukrainian entrepreneur Yegor Anchyshkin in January 2010. The project was created with his own funds, and later an investor (Oleksandr Olshanskyi’s Internet Invest) joined.
- The company offers the service of delivery from popular retail grocery chains. During the first days of quarantine in Ukraine, the number of orders received by the service increased by 80%.