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[Tech Crunch] Bringg, a delivery logistics platform used by Walmart, Arcos Dorados (McD’s largest global franchisee) and more, raises $25M

A startup that has built a platform to enable last-mile logistics and other delivery features for these businesses has announced a round of funding to fuel its growth. Bringg, which works to optimize and manage logistics and other aspects of the delivery process, has raised $25 million to expand its business.

[Press Release] Bringg announces $25 million financing round to accelerate growth as demand soars for faster deliveries and exceptional customer experience

We’re excited to announce a Series C funding round of $25M with new investor Next47, the Siemens-backed global venture firm, alongside our well-known existing investors.

[QSR] Quick Service Restaurant Magazine’s 2018 Applied Tech Awards

Bringg was awarded QSR (quick service restaurant) Magazine’s Applied Tech Award in the ‘Consumer-Facing Tech’ category for our work with Panera.

[Hospitality Tech] A Successful Restaurant Delivery Strategy Focuses on Food, Customer Experience

There are five crucial elements when planning the delivery strategy for your restaurant chain

[Modern Restaurant Management] Eight Dangerous Blind Spots For Restaurants Building Delivery Fleets

Restaurant chains need to take action now. However, it’s imperative to carefully assess multiple strategic challenges to choose the right delivery model.

[Press Release] Capitalizing on its Tremendous Market Momentum, Bringg Appoints Guy Bloch as its New Chief Executive Officer

With the recent addition of market-leading customers such as Walmart and Arcos Dorados (McDonald's largest independent franchisee), the company is focused on rapidly scaling up global operations

[Press Release] Bringg Partners With DoorDash to Help Restaurant Chains Broaden Their Delivery Reach With Customers

Bringg, the leading delivery operations platform, announced today a strategic partnership with DoorDash, the on-demand logistics platform that connects customers with their favorite businesses in more than 1,200 cities across the US and Canada.

[Walmart] Walmart Tests New Last-Mile Grocery Delivery Service

As Walmart expands its Grocery Delivery service, they announced a new pilot – Spark Delivery – exploring an additional way to get groceries to customers.

[Forbes] CPG Giants, Desperate For Growth, Seek Out Once-Unthinkable Tie-Ups And Push M&A To 15-Year High

Top global CPG companies are becoming more tech savvy and investing in high-tech startups, according to the OC&C study. Coca-Cola, for instance, has invested in Israeli delivery logistics technology startup, Bringg.

[Techcrunch] Walmart partners with delivery logistics platform Bringg on last-mile grocery delivery

Walmart announced on Wednesday a new last-mile delivery pilot program, called Spark Delivery, which focuses on fulfilling customers’ online grocery orders. The retailer is working with delivery logistics platform Bringg, a company that offers an Uber-like or Amazon-like level of visibility to retailers’ delivery operations.

[Forbes] Playing To Its Strengths: Why Walmart Must Focus On Its Stores And Logistics

Walmart has announced the creation of a new delivery service named Spark Delivery that will be piloted in New Orleans, LA and Nashville, TN. If the pilot is successful, consumers will see the delivery service rolled out to more metropolitan areas later this year.

[Supply & Demand Chain Executive] Bringg Awarded Top 100 Best Supply Chain Projects for 2018

We're proud to announce that Bringg has received the SDCE 100 award from Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine. This prestigious list highlights the best enterprise supply chain projects of the year, and we were honored for our project with The Coca-Cola Company.