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Virtual Restaurants & Stores for Africa

FoodCourt (CoKitchen) is Africa's leading virtual restaurant company. We've served over 350,000 meals in the last 12 months & our goal is to make good food and quick convenience goods more accessible across Africa, through virtual restaurants & dark stores. Understanding the unique problems of the African on-demand/ food delivery market, we've taken a full-stack approach by controlling different areas of the value chain such as technology, production & delivery to give users a seamless & consistent experience while giving us unlimited flexibility for growth. Learn more at www.getfoodcourt.com or email henry@cokitchen.ng

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CoKitchen (FoodCourt) ⚡️ - Virtual Restaurants & Stores for Africa

Good food, snacks, liquor & essentials delivered in a single order!
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FoodCourt
Founded:2021
Team Size:80
Location:Lagos, Nigeria

Active Founders

Paul Adokiye Iruene

Paul is the Co-Founder & CTO of CoKitchen. He has a strong engineering background and has always been passionate about technology. Paul is a full-stack engineer with vast experience in back end, web, mobile development, AI, machine learning & DevOps. Prior to CoKitchen he was on the founding tech team of Prospa (YC W21), a digital bank for small businesses across Africa. As a personal project, built “for food only” an AI Vision app that identifies African food items using image classification.

Paul Adokiye Iruene
Paul Adokiye Iruene
FoodCourt

Henry Nneji

Henry is the Co-Founder & CEO of CoKitchen. He is from a very entrepreneurial family and has always had a keen interest for solving problems with technology. Prior to CoKitchen, Henry has been able to accumulate a range of experiences cut across design, marketing, product development/ management & entrepreneurship. In 2019 he co-founded Fashion Map, a quick way for Nigerians to find tailors & fashion designers across the country, dubbed as the “Uber for Tailors” by The Economist.

Henry Nneji
Henry Nneji
FoodCourt