FineDine secures $600,000 to help restaurants digitize their menus | FI SENSE


Turkey-based digital platform FineDine has announced that it has successfully raised $600,000 in a statement on July 29, 2020. Participating investors include 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.

Duygu Kutluoglu Kilic and Adil Burak Kilic founded FineDine in 2015. Its SaaS platform helps restaurants to digitize their menus. This provides customers with an opportunity to place their orders themselves using buttons provided by the restaurants and also make payments through several options which include cash, credit card, and online payments.

The Startup’s software can process QR codes placed on restaurant tables to open up the menu on customers’ phones. Additionally, the software also comes with AL-powered analytics that can help restauranteurs make informed decisions.

Duygu Kutluoglu, the co-founder and CEO of FineDine, in a statement, explaining that the restaurant business is one of the most hit industry by Covid – 19 but his company’s software mitigate some of their problems, he said “The change of regulations and consumer demand is forcing restaurants to digitize their operations rapidly, and FineDine products fit perfectly with restaurants’ new requirements.”



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