Startup 2 C2 P Raises $52 Million to Fund Expansion Plans

December 02, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Sunsella, a company based in Las Vegas, Nevada, that offers home and kitchen products online, comments on the announcement that Southeast Asian payments startup company 2C2P Pte, has been able to raise $52 million from various investors to fund its expansion plans. 2C2P helps travel companies, airlines, and online shopping malls management payments from customers in the region.

The new funding round is expected to boost the company’s position in the rapidly flourishing digital payments market in Southeast Asia as more people shop, book hotel rooms and flights, and order meals online. The digital payments business in the region is predicted to surpass $1 trillion by 2025 from just $600 million in 2019. The company was established in Bangkok, Thailand, in 2003 by its CEO Aung Kyaw Moe.

Meanwhile, the online marketer of various home and kitchen products has revealed that they have a number of products that are available online. One of these convenient home products is the Leakproof Lunch Container. These are completely leakproof bento boxes, which means liquids like soup will not accidentally leak out of the box, possibly damaging other belongings in the bag where it is placed. It also means that the soup or sauce in one compartments will not go into the other compartments and possibly ruin the other food in the box. This bento box can be used as a work lunch box or as a student’s lunch box. Working adults can plan and prepare their lunch for the whole week and keep these boxes in the fridge so that in the morning it would easy for them to retrieve a box, heat it up, and then go to work. Parents can do something similar for their kids who go to school.

Another in-demand product offered by Sunsella that could be useful, especially with the upcoming holidays, is the silicone vegetable steamer. This steamer can easily be made more compact so that it will occupy less space when kept in the drawer or cabinet. It is made from high grade silicone and its size can be easily adjusted to make it fit inside a wide range of sizes of pots and pans. It can withstand heat up to 446 degrees Fahrenheit or 230 degrees Centigrade. It is also provided with durable locking handles that can be conveniently used to easily retrieve it from inside a pot or pan. And the handles can be folded, allowing the lid of the pot or pan to be closed while it’s being used for steaming. It can be used to steam different kinds of food like fruits, eggs, dumplings, desserts, vegetables, chicken, meat, seafood, and more.

One of the Sunsella products for cooking is a set of four silicone egg rings. These rings are made of high-grade and extra thick silicone and each ring is provided with a stainless steel handle for easy retrieval while cooking. Each ring is reusable and non-stick and people are advised to use it on coated cookware for non-scratch cooking. With these rings, people can make perfectly round pancakes, omelets, fried eggs, burger patties, and more. They are also heat resistant and oven safe, which means they can be used on a barbecue grill, a skillet, a griddle, or a pan.

Also available from Sunsella is a stainless steel vegetable steamer. This is 100 percent high-grade stainless steel and its design allows its diameter to be easily adjusted so that it can fit various sizes of pots and pans. It can be used to steam different types of food, such as fruits, eggs, chicken, dumplings, vegetables, seafood, desserts, meat, etc. It can also be utilized as a container for the steamed vegetables and other foods and it can be easily retrieved from inside a pot or pan by using its center ring or extension handle.

Those who would like to know more about the Sunsella home and kitchen products can check out their website or contact them through the phone or via email.

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For more information about Sunsella, contact the company here:

Sunsella
Mike Law
(702) 952-9541
info@sunsella.com
9550 S Eastern Ave
Suite 253
Las Vegas, NV 89123

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