Delhi-based shared kitchen startup Kitchens Centre has raised an undisclosed amount of funding in a Pre Series A round from early stage venture capital firm backed by entrepreneurs like Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, and Eric Schmidt Village Global.
Founded in 2019 by Lakshay Jain, Kitchens Centre started operations with two locations in Delhi, and over the course of one year scaled up to 35 locations across 15 cities. The Startup is a commercial infrastructural set-up that provides fully equipped and compliant commercial kitchens on rent to new or existing F&B delivery brands.
"Kitchens Centre is providing a dedicated and sustainable solution for businesses to grow and produce a high order volume and sales. With the obvious benefit being the reduction of cost, we also aim to create an incubated ecosystem with integrated tech solutions, supply chain, logistics support and platform aggregation. Moreover with the COVID-19 pandemic still very much prevalent, the food delivery business is prospering and gaining momentum in the food services industry," said Lakshay Jain, founder, Kitchens Centre in a statement.