Restoration: Casper continues to expand - Companies

Restoration: Casper continues to expand – Companies

The group, created in 2020 in Ghent by three young entrepreneurs, is experiencing rapid growth.

Being a chain of virtual restaurants (ghost or dark kitchens) and being called Casper turns out to be a nice wink. The group, created in 2020 in Ghent by three young entrepreneurs, is experiencing rapid growth. In 2021, its turnover soared…

Being a chain of virtual restaurants (ghost or dark kitchens) and being called Casper turns out to be a nice wink. The group, created in 2020 in Ghent by three young entrepreneurs, is experiencing rapid growth. In 2021, its turnover soared by 210% and 230,000 dishes were prepared. To date, Casper is present in Ghent, Antwerp, Leuven, Brussels, Liège and Bruges in premises that are not ghosts since they are well established. Indeed, the company operates both in take-away mode and home delivery via platforms such as Deliveroo or Uber Eats. range (Gloria pasta, Pure by Pascale Naessens, Barney or Hacked 100% vegetarian burgers) with ordering possible on site or online. The chain has just concluded a series A funding round led by Slingshot Ventures (Amsterdam) with the participation of serial entrepreneurs such as Jan Hollez (Deliverect) or Jürgen Ingels (Smartfin). The 5 million euros raised will be used to finance expansion and the conquest of new markets. Casper is aiming for around fifty sites outside Belgium by mid-2024. The Netherlands, France and Luxembourg will be served first.

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