Japan’s Cookpad acquires Indonesia’s Dapur Masak

Masaru Ikeda by Masaru Ikeda on 2014.4.22


Tokyo-based recipe sharing service Cookpad (TSE:2193) announced yesterday that it has acquired Indonesian [1] recipe site Dapur Masak, buying a 60% stake for US$600,000 from founder Soegianto Widjaja. Cookpad announced back in January that it had invested an undisclosed amount for a 40% share of Dapur Masak.

Our readers may recall Cookpad also acquired US-based Allthecooks and Spain’s Mis Recetas back in December.

via Venture Now

  1. Based in Singapore. 

Masaru Ikeda

Masaru Ikeda

Masaru started his career as a programmer/engineer, and previously co-founded several system integration companies and consulting firms. He’s been traveling around Silicon Valley and Asia exploring the IT industry, and he also curates event updates for the Tokyo edition of Startup Digest.