Carzar rakes in a $1.5 million investment

The car-buying online service Carzar.co.za has just secured a major funding deal worth $1.5 million from Vostok New Ventures, a top Swedish-listed investment firm.

Managing Director Fernando Azevedo Pinheiro says the money will be used to gain more reach and increase brand awareness as well as expand the business in other parts of the country.

Carzar.co.za guarantees that customers will be able to sell their cars in an easy hassle free process that takes about 30 minutes.

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