London’s Jiffy picks up £2.6M seed to enter the grocery dark store race

17 Mar, 2021

London’s Jiffy picks up £2.6M seed to enter the grocery dark store race
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– London-based Jiffy, which aims to deliver fresh groceries and household essentials in around 15 minutes, has raised £2.6m in seed funding.
– Backing the upstart is venture capital fund LVL1 Group, with participation from AddVenture, TA Ventures, Vladimir Kholiaznikov, and angel investors Oskar Hartmann, Alexander Nevinskiy and Dominique Locher.
– The company will use the injection of capital to launch its first stores in London, as early as this month.
– It plans to make the service available in Westminster, Waterloo, Lambeth, Battersea, Clapham Town, Shoreditch, Bethnal Green, Hackney, Whitechapel, Stepney Green and Leytonstone.

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