Indonesian quick commerce firm Astro raises $60 million in Series B

Indonesian quick commerce firm Astro raises $60 million in Series B
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Astro, a quick commerce firm based in Indonesia has raised $60 million in its Series B funding round led by Accel, Citus, and Tiger Global, with participation from AC Ventures, Global Founders Capital, Lightspeed, and Sequoia Capital India.

  • The funds will help the firm in improving user acquisition, product development, and hiring of more talents to its current team of employees.
  • The new funding brings the logistics firm to $90 million in total funds raised since it launched 9 months ago.
  • Astro offers a 15-minute delivery within 2-3km using its distribution stores backed by a cash-intensive model that allows it to control inventory sourcing, supply chain, and mid-to-last-mile delivery.
  • The firm claims it 10x its revenue in the last few months and recorded 1 million downloads of its app.