Food Delivery Company Okan Gains Funding From CyberAgent Ventures and Oisix.
Tokyo-based startup Okan, the company behind the launched delivery service for Japanese deli foods for corporate customers, has recently announced that it has manage to successfully raise a currently undisclosed amount of funding from a Japanese investment firm named CyberAgent Ventures and food deliver company Oisix.
Chisan is a delicatessen deliver company based in Japan. It has operated under the deli delivery serviced named Okan, targeting single businessmen who live by themselves. The company has begun a service during Nomvember of last year, which was called Office Okan, delivering additive-free Japanese deli to offices
With the service Office Okan, corporate customers shall receive a Japanese deli once a month, since the deli last for a around a month. these can be refrigerated, and uses can purchase it by dropping coints to the collection box placed on the frigde and prepare it wtihin minutes. The service had first launched its closed beta during November but became official during its launch back in March.
The company plans to utilize these funds to strengthen their operating foundations which include improve service operations as well as intensifying system development and marketing efforts. They have plans on exploring sharing logistics and sales channels along with Oisix for more efficient operations.
CEO Keita Swaki, stated that the service will be able to replace lunch, dinner, and even in-between snacks with much more healthier Japanese deli. The company’s main goals are to provide opportunities to ensure a well-balanced diet, by giving business workers a much more easier way of managing it.
The company’s CEO, Keita Swaki, says the service can replace lunch, dinner, and even in-between snacks with healthy Japanese deli. Chisan aims to provide opportunities to ensure a well-balanced diet, giving business people an easy way to manage it.