How Home Kuisines is bringing back traditional food: The story of their incorporation and growth
It goes without saying that the food industry is thriving. With more people becoming interested in where their food comes from and how it is created, there has never been a greater demand for high-quality, traditional cuisine.
Home Kuisines is a startup that aims to enter this industry by reintroducing traditional culinary recipes from around the world.
Their platform is now in development as part of the 2021 Founder Institute Western Canada Cohort, but we will talk about how they came to be, as told by their Founder & Managing Director, Naresh Ravula.
Home Kuisines is an online food marketplace that aims to build a community of home cooks, chefs, and food lovers in order to bring traditional food back to the community and pass on these delicious recipes to the next generation of foodies from each culture.
The founders are from Vancouver, Canada, which is where the idea for Home Kuisines originated.
Road to incorporation
It's no surprise that there are more opportunities for founders to raise funding and apply to great business accelerators in the United States.
The same was true with Home Kuisines. They wanted to incorporate in the United States not just to start their company faster because the bureaucracy is considerably simpler than in Canada, but also to gain easier access to funding sources.
Last but not least, owning a US-registered firm is another route to immigration that Naresh Ravula considered.
The answer is straightforward: Ravula Google searched it.
Yes, he discovered Firstbase.io as his first option on Google, compared it to other services, and understood that Firstbase is an all-in-one operating system that provides him with everything from incorporation to opportunities after that.
He also appreciated having access to rewards and benefits simply for being a Firstbase.io customer.
Home Kuisines was born, but there is still a long way to go. Their platform is currently being developed and will go live shortly, so stay tuned!
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