Everli, a Milan, Italy-based online grocery marketplace, secured an additional €22m as part of its Series C funding.
The round was led by new investor United Ventures’s UV T-Growth, which focuses on highly innovative growth-stage companies.
The funds will be used by the company to expand its international expansion plans.
Everli was established in 2014 by Federico Sargenti as CEO. Users can order their groceries online via the Everli app and website. The company, which also has offices also in Paris, Verona and Warsaw, employs more than 300 people. More than 100 partnerships have been formed with retailers and CPG firms, including Conad, Coop, Lidl and Carrefour. This partnership provides flexible employment for more than 3,000 customers. Everli serves 135 cities in Italy, France, Poland and Czech Republic, and has delivered groceries 4 million times.
Everli initially announced its Series C funding last year, and since then expanded into France and the Czech Republic; won additional retail partnerships with retailers such as Kaufland, Carrefour and Casino; hired new key leadership; and grew and developed its team and capability in areas such as tech, product, operations, marketing and finance.