Cambodia’s operator of online platforms Meal Temple Group has raised a six-digit dollar sum from private Australian and European investors, the company announced.
Meal Temple Group will use the funding to expand operations locally including broadening its logistics services to more verticals.
“We are thrilled to raise money from top knowledgeable investors, that have experience in similar emerging markets around the world and that will enable us to move to the next step,” said Maxime Rosburger, founder of Meal Temple Group.
Started in 2013 as a food delivery platform, the Meal Temple Group has expanded into 13 online platforms including GroceryDelivery.asi for grocery delivery, Driveme.la for booking tuktuks and taxis, Khmer Direct for buying products online from farmers, Khmer Table for restaurant booking, among others.
Meal Temple Group claims to serve around 10,000 monthly trips in main cities like Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. With a team of 30, the group aims to make a rapid expansion in Cambodia and Laos.