CakeDrop has kickstarted a new £10k crowdfunding campaign

Dec 5, 2017 ·


CakeDrop, a London-based startup that hand-delivers baked goods to offices, has launched its first crowdfunding campaign today (December 5). The company is aiming to raise £10k to expand its operations and fuel a new phase of growth.

CakeDrop launched in July 2017, aiming to bridge the gap between London offices and independent bakeries, in London, by sourcing cakes from its bakery partners and delivering them direct to desks.

Anna Ward, founder of CakeDrop, said: "It’s been an incredible six months since we launched this summer and we’ve been overwhelmed by the positive response we’ve received. So far, we’ve delivered cakes to over 90 offices around London, but we’ve still got further to go.

"There are thousands of offices in need of better cake and moving into 2018 we want to be able to service them. The funds we raise will help us reach more cake lovers across the city and, in turn, support more incredible independent bakeries with our offering."

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