Posted by Willy Franzen on May 6, 2013. Positions below updated every five minutes.
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When I was growing up, if we wanted food delivered, it pretty much had to be pizza. For a couple of years, there was a service called “Bring Me My Dinner” where a guy in a tuxedo would bring you a meal from a higher end restaurant, but it didn’t last very long. Then I went to college and the delivery options got more diverse (I could even get cookies delivered after midnight!). Now I live in a big city, and I can get nearly any type of food delivered to my door. But there’s more to delivery that just food. What if I want flowers, groceries, or something from the hardware store? Delivery.com is a New York, NY based company that has been “connecting people like you with merchants in their neighborhoods” since 2004.
I’ll admit that I hadn’t heard of Delivery.com before today. There area lot of players in the space, and I usually end up using Seamless or Grubhub. Still, it’s a huge market, and Delivery.com’s approach is a little different in that they’re not only focused on food. Their network spans 50 major cities and more than 10,000 merchants, so they do seem to have some traction. If you want to learn a little more about the business, I recommend that you read this interview with the company’s CEO. If you like what you read, take a look at Delivery.com’s Careers page. Right now they’re looking for a Customer Service Representative and Neighborhood Sales Managers in New York, NY; San Francisco, CA; and Washington, DC.
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Have you used Delivery.com?