Chamberlain Coffee raises $7m
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Chamberlain Coffee, the brainchild of YouTuber, Emma Chamberlain, has announced a US$7m fundraise. Since its inception, the brand has grown into multiple product categories, including its latest and launch in the Ready To Drink (RTD) space. This fundraise will not only further its innovation efforts, helping them expand within the RTD category, but allow it to meet customers wherever they are with plans for national retail expansion.
Following a successful Series A announcement in August of 2022, Chamberlain Coffee has continued its hold on the coffee market. Providing high quality products with fun spins, like its range of flavoured coffee and tea offerings, the brand has found success with each new launch, from the release of its flavoured matcha and Chai to the brand’s first ever Coffee Pods.
“Growth and innovation is at the core of everything we do and this fundraise will allow us to continue creating new products and grow our brand awareness. We’re extremely grateful to our returning investors for continuing to believe in the brand and the new ones who are coming on board, sharing in our vision for this next chapter at Chamberlain Coffee,” said Chamberlain Coffee CEO, Christopher Gallant.
The funding round is led by key existing investors including venture builder, Blazar Capital, founder and investor Emma Chamberlain, and United Talent Agency. These previous investors are now joined by growth equity firm Volition Capital who has backed countless brands with cult followings, Electric Feel Ventures, next-generation beverage accelerator L.A. Libations and Noah Bremen, founder of PLTFRM.
“Creating a uniquely inviting coffee brand has been my dream for so long now, and having key investors back us allows us to build Chamberlain Coffee in ways that feel fresh and exciting. There are so many products I am eager to develop and projects I’m excited to get working on. With such an incredible team and group of investors I am more excited than ever to see what the future holds for Chamberlain Coffee,” said Chamberlain Coffee founder and investor Emma Chamberlain.