The logistics and transportation industry saw a surge in funding last year — from $7B in 2014 to $14B in 2015. Venture capitalists are bullish about the potential for startups are bringing efficiency to an antiquated but lucrative industry. Often these startups are less well-known due to the “un-sexiness” of the logistics space. To help we decided […]
Leading on-demand and last mile delivery platform Bringg has partnered with alcohol on-demand delivery service Booze-up to enable lightning fast delivery in the UK.
“Bringg enables Booze Up to offer a more efficient delivery service by means of utilizing GPS tracking along with an end user experience that is second to none” says Ashleigh Fletcher of Booze-Up. “Bringg are leaders in their field; it’s why we work with them!
Leading on-demand and last mile delivery platform Bringg is partnering with German virtual fast-casual restaurant chain GreenGurus to help Berliners get their healthy food at the click of a button.
Vancouver, BC, and New York, NY (RestaurantNews.com) MonkeyMedia Software, provider of MONKEY™, the No. 1 cloud platform for takeout, delivery and catering, has announced its partnership with Bringg, a web and mobile platform for managing takeout and catering deliveries. Bringg’s toolset has been tightly integrated into the MONKEY™ platform and is now available to MONKEY™ clients as an extended add-on service.
Bringg is a delivery service software that companies can integrate into their existing business, to compete with dedicated delivery services.
Businesses such as Amazon Prime have brought on-demand delivery to consumers around the world and we have already seen the likes of Magic offer to fulfill clients’ delivery demands at the drop of a hat. Now, Bringg is a delivery service software that established companies can integrate into their existing business, in order to compete with dedicated delivery services.
Bringg, the leading on-demand delivery management platform, today announced it has closed $5 million in Series A funding. The investment included new and existing investors, and will be used to focus on the enterprise market.
If on-demand is the future of delivery, a startup called Bringg aims to help established businesses better compete with the likes of Amazon going forward.
In today’s online shopping obsessed culture (yes, I see my employees browsing shoes and clothes every free chance they get), consumers and businesses alike are learning that simply delivering goods and services are becoming increasingly obsolete.
The red hot Israeli tech scene is churning out new startups every month, each aiming to be the next big thing. Many even have their eyes set on achieving unicorn status or beyond. Below is a list of Israeli startups set to shine brightly in 2016.