JustKitchen Holdings Corp., an operator of ghost kitchens having proficiency in the development of delivery-only food brands for customers, has announced that it recently appointed Warren Tseng and Gene Chuang as the founding members of its strategic advisory board.

Tseng has been honored with the title of APAC expansion advisor and Chuang has been given the title of technology advisor. The appointments highlight the company’s focus on technology and innovation as a keystone of its recently declared international diversification plan for 2021-2022.

Jason Chen, co-founder and chief executive officer of JustKitchen stated- “We are excited to leverage Warren’s proven track record of success with respect to growing both Uber Technologies and Cloudkitchens across the Asia-Pacific region, and benefit from Gene’s technological expertise and California-based venture capital relationships, as we prepare to bring JustKitchen to key markets like United States, Philippines and Singapore, through various arrangements. On behalf of the JustKitchen management team and the board of directors, I welcome Warren and Gene as advisors and we are humbled to have individuals of their caliber apply their time, energy and resources to the company.”

Warren Tseng is an early-stage business operator and angel investor, including his position as a shareholder of the company. He has boundless experience in setting up and growing companies across Southeast Asia and Greater China. Tseng is well acclaimed as an early entrant to the on-demand economy and the cloud kitchen industry from working as general manager (Singapore) at Uber Technologies and as regional general manager (Asia Pacific) at CloudKitchens to institute the companies in eight countries across the APAC region. Previously in his career, Tseng was a trader at Credit Suisse and an early-stage technology analyst for The Tech Coast Angels venture capital group. He possesses engineering degrees from UCLA and UCSD as well as an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management.

Gene Chuang is a technology executive who has been in the industry for 24 years. He has served to help grow internet and mobile application companies such as Overture, Yahoo!, AT&T Interactive/YellowPages, Chegg, Beachbody/Openfit and Oversee. Most recently, he drove the engineering team for P.volve and introduced their new streaming fitness and eCommerce platform. Chuang is a big supporter of giving back to the technology community and presently serves as an advisor and angel investor of eight early-stage companies including JustKitchen. Chuang is a limited partner investor for Hyphen Capital investing in AAPI founders, a mentor for Mucker Capital, board member of Innovate Pasadena and runs CTO Slackers, a global community of more than 800 technology leaders and founders. He was born in Taiwan, grew up and still resides in California and has pursued a BS in biochemistry from UCLA.

In addition, the company has made it public that it has filed and received receipt for, a final base shelf prospectus (Shelf Prospectus) enabling the company to offer up to $50,000,000 of common shares, warrants, subscription receipts or units or any combination thereof (collectively, the Securities), from time to time during the 25-month period that the Shelf Prospectus is efficacious.

The company filed the Shelf Prospectus with the securities commissions in all the provinces of Canada, except Quebec. The specific terms of any future offering of securities will be explained in a prospectus supplement to the Shelf Prospectus, which will be filed with the pertinent securities and regulatory authorities in connection with any such offering.

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