Posts Tagged ‘ Roadrunnr ’
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Dearton Thomas Hector
Bengaluru-based food ordering and delivery platform Runnr said it has hired senior executives from Bharti Group, Uber and Facebook to strengthen organisational capabilities. The company said in a statement that, over the past few months, it has recruited Bharti Group’s Garima Gupta as finance ...
Food delivery platform Runnr has raised $7 million (Rs 47 crore) from existing investors Blume Ventures and Nexus Venture Partners, according to a report. Sequoia Capital, another existing investor in Runnr, didn’t take part in this round, The Times of India reported citing three people familiar w...
29 August, 2016 |
Bangalore-based Carthero Technologies Pvt. Ltd that has been operating hyperlocal on-demand logistics startup Roadrunnr has acquired troubled food ordering platform TinyOwl and rebranded itself as Runnr, a food ordering and delivery platform, it said in a statement. “After the acquisition of TinyO...
4 June, 2016 |
Online food ordering platform TinyOwl is likely to merge with hyperlocal on-demand logistics startup Roadrunnr in an all-stock deal, in a sign that consolidation is picking up in the consumer internet space at a time when access to fresh funding has become increasingly difficult for startups that fa...
9 May, 2016 |
The Bangalore base of hyperlocal delivery startup Roadrunnr was vandalised on Saturday by a group of 65 to 80 protesters. Deccan Chronicle, which reported the development first, said that a section of Roadrunnr’s delivery staffers were behind the episode on Saturday. They were protesting the r...
24 November, 2015 |
Hyperlocal delivery startup Roadrunnr is negotiating to raise a fresh round of funding from existing backers Sequoia Capital and Nexus Venture Partners besides other new investors, sources said. In a news report quoting sources, The Economic Times said that Roadrunnr has already raised $10 million f...
27 October, 2015 |
Bangalore-based Roadrunnr, a hyper local on-demand delivery service founded by former Flipkart employees, has raised $11 million in Series A funding from venture capital firm Sequoia Capital and others. Existing investors Nexus Venture Partners and Blume Ventures also participated in this round at ...
15 July, 2015 |