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Barcelona B2B catering startup Catevering arrives in Madrid

Written by Tim Hinchliffe

Catevering, the B2B startup that is shaking up the catering sector for companies in Barcelona, ​​launches its operations in Madrid after closing its first round of financing in €100,000 from Encomenda and Abac Nest.

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Laura Gomez

The Spanish startup, founded by entrepreneurs Laura Gómez and Gonzalo Mesorio, offers companies a platform to compare, choose and book online the ideal catering for each event in the office.

On the way to its consolidation in Spain, Catevering ends the year with this great leap and with the objective of expanding operations to Valencia, Bilbao, Malaga and Seville in 2019.

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Gonzalo Mesorio

Portugal and Italy will be the targets in 2020, with a focus on Latin America by 2021.

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Catevering is a specialized platform for companies to compare, customize and reserve online, catering services for their meetings and work events in an original, easy and fast way.

Benefits include:

1. Saving on calls and budget requests
2. Booking online the catering that best suits your needs
3. Ease of payment
5. Managing invoices and orders on the same platform
6. Customer service 24/7

In less than six months, the Spanish startup that hosts a network of more than 60 caterings on its platform has reached €200,000 in turnover after serving more than 120 customers and managing dishes for almost 20,000 people in different offices in Barcelona.

Companies like Amazon, H & M, Cabify, Airbnb, and Criteo already use and highlight its services.

“It offers a wide variety and you do not have to think about quantities or options, they give it all,” said Jara Amor, Office Manager at Cabify, in a statement.

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For Natalia Pérez of Airbnb, “thanks to the platform, she wins time with always successful proposals,” while Softonic highlighted “the plus for finances of receiving a single invoice that includes the services requested during the month.”

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About the author

Tim Hinchliffe

Tim Hinchliffe the editor in chief at Novobrief. Previously, he was a reporter for The Ghanaian Chronicle in West Africa, and Colombia Reports in South America. Principal at Espacio.