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This Entrepreneur Secured $16.5 Million To Launch An Environmentally Friendly Grocery Store Company

This entrepreneur raised $16.5 million for an eco-friendly grocery startup

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It was reported that about 5.4 million new company applications were submitted in 2021, an increase from the previous year’s figure of 4.3 million, according to the Census Bureau.

However, Zuleyka Strasner, founder and CEO of Zero Grocery, a plastic-free online delivery business that operates in San Francisco and Los Angeles, says that in order to be a successful entrepreneur, you must be dedicated and “equipped with facts.”

According to Strasner, the first thing he recommends is that individuals “literally start something, do something.” In my work, I encounter a lot of people who have very fantastic ideas, and they sit with those ideas, they speculate on those ideas, but those ideas never come to life.

Zero Grocery, which launched in 2019, makes use of reusable food storage containers and delivers orders in two hours or less. The firm has raised a total of $16.5 million in funding.

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