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Exclusive: Good Flippin’ Burgers raises capital from Tanglin Venture

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Quick service burger chain Good Flippin’ Burgers has raised Rs 30 crore (approximately $3.6 million) in an extended Series A round from its existing investor Tanglin Venture Partners.

The board at Good Flippin’ Burgers has passed a special resolution to issue 34,366 Series A1 cumulative compulsory convertible preference shares at an issue price of Rs 8739.56 each to raise Rs 30 crore, its regulatory filing accessed from the RoC shows.

With this, the company has secured $8.6 million to date including a $4 million Series A round led by Tanglin Venture Partners in June 2023. 

According to TheKredible estimate, the company has been valued at around Rs 400 crore or $48 million (post-money). This marked a 3X growth in the valuation when compared to its last funding.

Founded by Viren D’silva, Sijo Mathew, and Sid Marchant, Good Flippin’ Burgers currently has 25 outlets across Mumbai, Delhi, Gurgaon, and Noida. The outlets offer delivery services directly through their website and online aggregators such as Zomato and Swiggy.

Five-year-old Good Flippin’ Burgers reported strong growth in its scale during FY23 as its operating revenue spiked 3.58X to Rs 32.53. When it comes to the bottom line, the company posted Rs 3.91 crore loss in the fiscal year ending March 2023. It’s yet to disclose its FY24 numbers.

The Mumbai-based startup competes with Burger Singh, Whataburger, and Biggies Burger. In September 2022, Biggies Burger secured Rs 5.5 crore in seed round led by Indian Angel Network. Burger Singh also bagged Rs 30 crore in a Series A round led by Negen Capital in July 2022.

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