Sabzi.pk, one of the leading startups of LUMS Center for Entrepreneurship (LCE) from its fifth cohort, which secured seed funding at a valuation of $7.5M a few months earlier signed a memorandum of understanding with another alumni startup of LCE, Door Drop; a micro-delivery service startup. Through this MoU, Sabzi.pk will be providing more efficient deliveries to its customers throughout Lahore.
Sabzi.pk is a startup founded by Farooq Haider, Aown Abbas and Muhammad Awais. It directly procures fruit and vegetables from farmers and helps provide fresh and high quality goods to consumers, both on a residential as well as commercial scale. It has been developing its client base in Lahore at present and plans to expand to other cities in the near future. Apart from same day conveyance of new foods grown from the ground to buyer entryway steps, the organization has begun conveyances to lodgings and eateries in Lahore as well. With a steady push to expand obtainment direct from agriculturists, Sabzi.pk can convey the products to its clients at profoundly focused costs while guaranteeing the best quality and grade of the leafy foods.
On the other hand, Door Drop’s goal is to deliver a streamlined delivery solution to different segments where they are visioning to empower small scale businesses, specially women who are running different businesses and require a reliable instant logistic solution for their products. Door Drop is rigorously working to bring different vendors on board which are reflected with the signing ceremony of MOU with Sabzi.pk.
The MoU was signed between Farooq Haider, CEO of Sabzi.pk and Umair Shahid Founder/CEO of Door Drop along with Ghazanfar Iqbal who is the Co-Founder of DoorDrop. The MoU will be part of a long-term program for both organizations and will help both achieve mutual benefits.