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Who are the founders of Grubhub?

Last Updated: 10th May, 2020

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Matt Maloney
Mike Evans

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Also question is, who are the owners of Grubhub?

In 2004, Grubhub was founded by Matthew Maloney and Michael Evans to provide an alternative to paper menus. In 2013, Grubhub and Seamless merged. The combined organization, Grubhub Seamless, went public in April 2014 and trades on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the ticker symbol "GRUB".

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Also to know, who developed Grubhub app?

“With the growing popularity of our mobile apps, we project mobile orders will comprise 10 percent of our sales by the end of 2010, roughly $7 million.” GrubHub is a ventured-back company founded in 2004 by Chicago-based software engineers Matt Maloney and Mike Evans.

When did Grubhub start delivery?

On one of the hungry late nights at work Matt Maloney found an opportunity. He and his co-worker Mike Evans launched GrubHub, an online food-ordering service, in Chicago in 2004.

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