Turkey’s FineDine raises $600,000 to help restaurants digitize their menus


Istanbul-based digital ordering and restaurant management platform FineDine has raised $600,000 in fresh funds, it announced in a statement today. The investment came from 500 Istanbul (500 Startups’ Turkey Fund), Istanbul-based TechOne VC & Twozero VC, Kuwait’s Savour, and angel investors including Hande Enes, Cenk Serdar, and Lovrenc Kessler. The Turkish startup has previously also raised money from 500 Startups (San Francisco) as part of its global accelerator program and 500 Falcons (500 Startups MENA). Founded in 2015 by Duygu Kutluoglu Kilic and Adil Burak Kilic, FineDine is a SaaS platform that helps restaurants digitize their menus, enabling the diners and other customers to place their orders themselves using the tablets provided by restaurants and also make payment using different payment options, including online payment, cash, or credit card (at the table). FineDine’s...read more...