Coffee chain Cuppa to raise $2 mn

Our Bureau Bengaluru | Updated on February 19, 2020 Published on February 19, 2020

Coffee retail restaurant chain Cuppa plans to raise up to $2 million to expand its operations.

Cuppa, bought over by the entrepreneurial duo Visakh Viswambharan and Vijay Sreedhar in late 2018 — has changed its positioning and will launch several more outlets across the South soon.

Viswambharan told BusinessLine that Cuppa will primarily operate under three brand names — Cuppa Cafe, Cuppa Redefined and Cuppa Go.

CuppaGo focusses on the on-the-go experiences curating nutrition-packed, fresh and healthy food and beverages. The menu will consist of purely vegan and vegetarian options.

Cuppa plans to launch 10 more outlets by the end of 2020 in Karnataka.

Published on February 19, 2020
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