Burger brand Good Flippin’ Burgers has secured $4 Million in Series A round of funding from Tanglin Venture Partners.
The firm will use the additional funding largely to focus on worldwide expansion, strengthening its supply network, and improving its dining and rapid service offerings. The financial advisor for this round was Ashika Capital, as per reported by Inc42.
“This investment is a significant milestone for us and will empower us to expand our operations, fortify our supply chain, and bring our delicious burgers to an even wider customer base. We will continue to keep delighting our patrons with our product portfolio,” Viren D’silva, cofounder of Good Flippin’ Burgers, said.
Good Flippin’ Burgers was established by Viren D’silva, Sijo Mathew, and Sid Marchant and opened in Mumbai in 2019. There are presently 23 locations for the burger brand in Delhi and Mumbai. The business, which has 16 locations throughout Mumbai, entered Delhi early this year with seven additional stores.
About Good Flippin’ Burgers
Sijo Mathew, Sid Marchant, and Viren D’Silva, three passionate food enthusiasts who left their corporate jobs to launch a business in the restaurant and hospitality sectors, launched Good Flippin’ Burgers. To become India’s most popular burgers was the common goal that tied them all together.