The on-demand food tech space is on fire. Startups that deliver cooked meals, recipe kits and groceries at the tap of a button are cropping up constantly and many are raising $25M+ funding rounds left and right. Join us on May 27th for an inside look at how a handful of these startups operate at our The Business of On-demand Food Startups Meetup.
Startups will share insights about their business models, technologies and lessons learned. Each startup will have 5 minutes to present followed by 5 minutes of audience Q&A.
There will be networking, snacks and drinks before the presentations start at 7:30 and after they end. Stay tuned for more information.
Mike Blank – General Manager, Munchery NYC – The Menlo Ventures, Anthos Capital and SherpaVentures backed startup that offers nourishing, affordable, chef-cooked meals delivered right to your door. Dishes are fully cooked, chilled for maximum freshness, and served in oven- and microwave-safe containers for easy heating in less than ten minutes. // @munchery
William Nichols – Operations Manager, Instacart NYC – The Kleiner Perkins, Khosla Ventures and Sequoia Capital backed service that allows you to order groceries online from multiple local stores at the same time and have them delivered to your door in as little as an hour. // @instacart
Brent Seals & Peter Quinn – Launcher & Partnerships Lead, DoorDash NYC – The Khosla Ventures, Sequoia Capital and Kleiner Perkins backed on-demand delivery service that connects customers with local businesses thanks to its revolutionary logistics technology. // @doordash_nyc
Pedro Rivas – Co-founder & CEO, GoodMeal – A healthy, ready-to-eat delivery service app that offers customers a daily rotating menu of dinner options that are delivered in under 20 minutes. // @EnjoyGoodMeal