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ChowNow is an ordering platform dedicated to helping local restaurants grow and compete in a sustainable way. ChowNow helps local restaurants thrive. By helping diners discover the restaurants' delicious creations and helping restaurants connect with customers. ChowNow powers branded online ordering systems for independent restaurants via the restaurants' own websites, on Facebook and Google pages, through ChowNow-created apps, and via ChowNow's website, while also providing the restaurant partners key customer insights and marketing support. The company does its services for a reasonable monthly fee, without the predatory third-party commissions charged by competitors. It also enables diners to connect with independent restaurants in communities to order takeout and in some cases delivery, in a way that's sustainable and fair to restaurants. ChowNow was founded on 2010 and is headquartered in Playa Vista, California.
Deliv is a crowdsourced, same-day delivery service that extends the reach of omnichannel retailers and provides their customers with an even more exceptional shopping experience. The company helps retailers enhance their customer experience by giving customers the choice to receive their items whenever and wherever they want. Deliv allows retailers to offer their customers a same-day delivery option as they shop from their website, mobile app or even when they are shopping in their physical brick and mortar stores. The same-day delivery button is simply added into the existing checkout process which allows the retailer to maintain ownership and data from each customer transaction. All same-day delivery orders (whether purchased online or in the store) are fulfilled and delivered from local brick and mortar stores, which now allow retailers' stores to strategically become local distribution centers. This allows retailers to deliver faster and cheaper and in a more convenient way than any pure play eCommerce player like Amazon. Deliv has partnered with nearly 100 national and regional omnichannel retailers, as well as the four largest mall operators in the U.S., Simon Property Group, Macerich, Westfield and General Growth Properties. These mall operators manage close to 800 malls across the country, and extend this offering to all of its tenant retailers. Deliv is currently live with almost 100 retailers in nine malls across the four mall operators in five geographies within California and Illinois. Deliv is quickly expanding to dozens of other geographies nationwide. Deliv's crowdsourced drivers are made up of highly educated, experienced customer service and sales personnel. They are rated by customers so the platform is able to prioritize the allocation of jobs to those with the highest ratings. The Deliv platform incorporates smart routing and full transparency including the ability for shoppers to watch their delivery on a map real time from pickup to delivery to their doorstep. To date, Deliv has raised $12.5 million from traditional, institutional and strategic investors including the four mall operators, Simon, Macerich, Westfield and GGP, as well as General Catalyst Partners, Operators Fund, PivotNorth Capital, RPM Ventures and Upfront Ventures.
Tel Aviv-based Bringg, a cloud platform that helps retailers and logistics providers in last-mile delivery operations, has announced its Series E fundraise worth $100 million, led by Insight Partners at a valuation of $1 billion. The Series E fundraising grants it the unicorn status, making it the first company in last-mile delivery and fulfillment cloud technology to attain the status, its press release said.
Huler Launches Its Human Experience SaaS Platform, The HulerHub. HulerHub transforms the way businesses engage with their teams by introducing a people-centric and time-saving digital solution. The much-anticipated flagship SaaS offering has already registered interest from global household names within the UK, USA and Canada, following an initial $7 million dollar investment.Flipkart Group is close to buying travel and hotel booking platform Cleartrip in a distress sale, as the Walmart-owned e-commerce giant strengthens its operations in the hospitality segment.The cash-and-stock deal valuing Cleartrip at almost $40 million may close in the next 10 days. The deal comes at a time the hospitality industry continues to reel from the onslaught of the coronavirus pandemic.Risk and compliance startup LogicGate confirms a data breach. An unauthorized third party has obtained credentials to its Amazon Web Services-hosted cloud storage servers storing customer backup files for its flagship platform Risk Cloud, which helps companies to identify and manage their risk and compliance with data protection and security standards. LogicGate has not stated how the AWS credentials were compromised. LogicGate has not made any public statement about the breach.Clubhouse is rapidly expanding access to payments, its first revenue-generating feature for creators, since its launch into testing earlier this month. At the beginning of April, Clubhouse said it would give a small test group of creators the ability to accept payments from their fans and supporters through the social audio app. Clubhouse this weekend rolled out payments to 60,000-plus users in the U.S.and it expects to have payments roll out to everyone over the next few weeks.1Password acquires SecretHub and launches new enterprise secrets management tool. 1Password has not disclosed the price of the acquisition. 1Password is currently in use by more then 80,000 businesses worldwide. In addition to the acquisition 1Password has also announced a new partnership with GitHub.Deeplite raises $6M seed to deploy ML. Deeplite, a startup based in Montreal, wants to change the way ML is provided at very high price by providing a way to reduce the overall size of the model, allowing it to run on hardware with far fewer resources.The investment was led by Boston-based venture capital firm PJC led the round, with help from Innospark Ventures, Differential Ventures and Smart Global Holdings. Somel Investments, BDC Capital and Desjardins Capital also participated.. .
Stripe is looking to use the funds to expand their European business and focus on their European HeadQuarters. It is looking to bolster its treasury network and global payments as well. The funding round was backed by the likes of Allianz X fund, Axa, both from the insurance world as well as Baillie Gifford, Fidelity, Sequoia and Investors from Ireland, namely Ireland's National Treasury Management Agency.ESB, an Indonesian based company has just raised US$3 million in a series A funding. This funding round was led by Beenext, AC Ventures and Skystar Capital. ESB is looking to use part of its latest round of funding to onboard suppliers for their B2B supply chain. During the Lockdown of last year, ESB launched a delivery platform that helped companies offer contactless dining and deliver independently. They completely outmatched their competition by competitively pricing their offering. The platform became the buzz when it onboarded 20 Million annual orders for customers within just 6 months. 1e1e36bf2d