Grubhub generates 39% revenue growth in the first quarter
CHICAGO, April 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Grubhub Inc. (NYSE: GRUB), the nation’s leading takeout marketplace, today announced financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2017. DAGs grew 21% year-over-year, and the Company posted quarterly revenues of $156.1 million, which is a 39% year-over-year increase from $112.2 million in the first quarter of 2016.
“More new diners tried Grubhub than ever before in the first quarter. We are seeing clear signs of success from a more diverse restaurant base, broader marketing reach, and continuous improvement of our product,” said Matt Maloney, Grubhub CEO. “We already had the most comprehensive takeout marketplace in the U.S., and delivery has enabled our restaurant network to grow significantly in both breadth and depth, making Grubhub the place to go for online takeout.”
Poll shows that today’s diners are defying dating stereotypes with hearty first date appetites, modern opinions about picking up the check, ordering in on early dates and more! CHICAGO, April 4, 2017 – Grubhub, the nation’s leading takeout marketplace, and Tinder, the world’s most popular app for meeting new people, teamed up to uncover the. . .Read more »
Diners will get their favorite foods at warp speed via a fleet of extreme sports athletes conditioned to overcome any urban obstacle between you and your meal
CHICAGO, March 31, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Grubhub, the nation’s leading online and mobile food ordering company, announced today that it will expand its delivery business to eliminate traffic and other urban barriers to the fastest-ever food delivery in dense urban metro areas, via an elite team of delivery people.
The new offering, called Delivery X: Delivery Without Limits (DX), will feature a fleet of highly skilled extreme sports Grubhub delivery athletes — including freerunning and parkour athletes, BMX riders and skateboarders.Read more »
Customers Can Now Order from their Favorite Restaurants Without Lifting a Finger
CHICAGO, March 15, 2017- Grubhub, the nation’s leading takeout marketplace, has announced it is integrating its ordering capabilities with Amazon Alexa. The new Grubhub skill for Alexa will make it easier for customers to reorder food from Grubhub’s network of more than 50,000 restaurants using only their voice.Read more »
In the future, as predicted by Star Trek, all you’ll need to do is speak and food will be instantly created before your eyes. Since we don’t have a way of instantly converting energy into matter in this way, the latest team up between Grubhub and Amazon will have to suffice. The former has added its smarts to the latter’s Alexa platform, enabling you to speak and have food turn up at your door a short time later. Click here for more from Engadget.Read more »
Few things in this life are certain. Death, taxes and waking up the morning after Chicago’s St. Patrick’s Day celebration in total and complete misery.
Some swear by drinking more, others turn to the greasiest burger they can find. According to Chicago’s GrubHub orders last year, we went a different—and more delicious, tbh—route. Click here for more from Chicago Tribune.Read more »
While it’s never been clear that Snapchat Spectacles will succeed where Google Glass failed, brands are at least paying attention.
The sleek pair of round shades shoots 10-second videos from the point of view of the wearer, which can then be uploaded to Snapchat — and be viewed either horizontally or vertically. The videos themselves show up in a cool circular format when they are shared to other platforms, giving creatives a new element to play with. Click here for the full list.Read more »