Colombian Multinational Rappi Arrives In Peru After Investing $10 Million US Dollars


The Colombian e-commerce multinational Rappi made an investment of $10 million US dollars to start operating in Peru through the DILOO application.

“We have been working for a long time to reach such an important country as Peru, where we hope to improve the users’ quality of life and generate unique experiences,” Rappi co-founder Simón Borrero said in a statement, cited by Gestión.

With Peru, there are now seven countries in which the Colombian company recently cataloged as “Unicorn” is present, surpassing the $1 billion US dollars in its stage of raising capital.

According to Borrero, users can order in Lima what they please choosing from more than 150 restaurants that DILOO works with, as well as supermarkets, liquor stores and cash, which are some of the services this company offers.

DILOO is a Peruvian technological tool that seeks to improve communication between customers and companies.

(Cover Photo Dobbins)

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