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Known for providing delicious and nutritionally balanced meals, the company has already registered 1,500 professional chefs and dietitians
Service offerings start with a four-meal plan for a family of four (16 servings) at a base price of $65.00
Kelvin Teo launched a funding platform to match individual investors with startups in Southeast Asia
A video producer needed more gear to meet soaring demand for online educational content, and was able to get funding through the platform