Startup aims to become the leading package forwarding service in the region by reaching TL1 billion shopping with the new investment
The shopping and package forwarding service Yollando completed its second investment round with a valuation of 10 Million TL and investment of 2.2 Million TL. Investment round led by Tarvenn Ventures, angel investors Timur Soysal, Metin Bencuya, Tolunay Yıldız, Belkıs Kuşçulu Özer; IT Company Develoop Inc.; Keiretsu Forum Istanbul’s investors Serhan Kohen and Mustafa Bağcı also attended to investment round.
International shopping and package forwarding service Yollando enables all users to shop from Turkish e-commerce sites by defining them a delivery address in Turkey. By utilizing their Yollando address, users can shop from Turkey and forward their packages to their own adress. Yollando consolidates and repackages orders from different e-commerce sites and send them to customers effortlessly.
More than 30.000 users in 102 countries
Yollando has raised its first investment from Tarvenn Ventures in March 2018 and provided services in 6 languages, increased its income by 9 times and the number of users by 10 times during the past 1.5 years. Yollando has allowed users to make shopping from Turkey and expanded organically in 102 different countries. ““The volume of e-commerce in Turkey is increasing day by day. Due to price advantage and quality, International shoppers choose to shop from Turkey. Yollando connects Turkey’s e-commerce market with potential customers all around the world,” said Founder of Yollando.com Serdar Güvenkaya.
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