Bangalore-based food-tech startup Dazo has decided to shut down its operations. Previously known as Tapcibo, the company had rebranded itself as Dazo and has been running for a year now.
The company was India’s first curated food demand platform (mobile only). It used to aggregate meals from local partner restaurants and ensured the last-mile delivery to provide a hassle-free customer experience.
Dazo was launched by Shashank Shekhar Singhal and Monica Rastogi in October last year. It had raised an undisclosed amount in funding led by industry professionals like Rajan Anandan (MD, Google India), Amit Agarwal (Country Manager, Amazon India), Vinay Goel (Director, Product Management, Google Maps & Local) and Gaurav Munjal (Founder and CEO, Flatchat).
The company has decided to work on a new project. “As a team we’ve decided to move over this business and we’ll be working on a new product. I hope we were able to serve you well,” said Dazo’s CEO, Shashank Singhal.
He declined commenting further.
The company had initially started off as an Internet-first kitchen and eventually pivoted to become an aggregator of selected restaurants.