Grubhub

GrubHub is an online food ordering company in the United States. Headquartered in Chicago, it was founded in 2004 by Mike Evans and Matt Maloney.GrubHub won the University of Chicago Booth School of Business’s New Venture Challenge in 2006 and received its first round of venture capital in 2007, allowing it to expand its service to Boston and San Francisco. In September 2011, the company announced that it had raised an additional 50 million dollars in capital and was acquiring New York based Dotmenu, the parent company of Campusfood and Allmenus. The acquisition allowed GrubHub to establish a presence on more than 300 college campuses.
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    • Why Back-end Tech Is Key for Food Delivery Startups

      It’s surprising to see how few local delivery startups stand out with their marketing messaging. For the uninitiated customer, what’s the difference between Postmates and Delivery.com, or DoorDash, Caviar, and Grubhub? Their websites have similar closeups of delicious dinners and offer some version of “we deliver food to your house” as copy.

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    • Street Fight Daily: Square Launches POS App for Retailers, GrubHub’s Sales Surge

      Street Fight Daily: Square Launches POS App for Retailers, GrubHub’s Sales Surge February 9, 2017 by Joseph Zappa Leave a Comment Filed Under: Headlines, News A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology… Square Launches Dedicated Point-of-Sale App And Service for Retail Merchants (VentureBeat) Square has always wanted to be a part of the su.

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  • 3 Ways to Target Millennial, Gen-Z Customers on Snapchat

    … to be creative in your customer support strategies. At Mark One, we’re using Snapchat to provide live customer support. Users snap a video of any issues or questions they might have about our product, Pryme Vessyl, and a team member snaps back with the solution. It’s a more engaging experience that ends up saving time. Another company, iOgrapher, is also…

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  • Street Fight’s 10 Most Popular Stories From 2015

    … As 2015 draws to a close, here’s a look back at some of the Street Fight stories that captured your interest this year. Developments at local platforms like Yelp and Nextdoor, the burgeoning on-demand economy, the progressive shift of ad tech to mobile devices, the evolving battle between tech giants like Apple and Google, and the continued…

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  • 5 Keys to Small Business Success in 2016

    … channels to generate more hyper-targeted messaging or evaluate the effectiveness of campaigns they already have in place. 5. Satisfying customer demand for mobile ordering. Nobody wants to talk on the telephone anymore, which is one of the reasons why on-demand delivery platforms like Postmates, DoorDash, and GrubHub have taken off over the past 12…

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