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Indonesian cloud-kitchen startup hungers for $15m Series A round

Hangry to expand marketing and services to meet COVID-related demand

Indonesian startup Hangry has forged partnerships with GrabFood.   © Reuters

JAKARTA -- Indonesian cloud-kitchen startup Hangry is in talks to raise $10 million to $15 million in its Series A round as it shapes expansion plans amid the pandemic, a top company executive told DealStreetAsia.

"We see our loyal customers have spent [more] than before, but our brand has not yet gained traction. So we want to invest in brand communication and expand to more cities," said Hangry co-founder and CEO Abraham Viktor.

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