DoorDash CMO On New Campaign To Connect With Local Economy

We’ve seen over the past two years that community is more important than ever. And at the heart of every marketing or customer experience strategy is a need for relationships and connection. Today, DoorDash unveiled a new community-centric campaign, A Neighborhood of Good in Every Order, to highlight the connections that come from every order. Understanding …

A Neighborhood of Good in Every Order: Our Latest Brand Platform and National Campaign 

Today, we announced the launch of a multi-platform marketing campaign in the U.S. titled “A Neighborhood of Good in Every Order.” This campaign brings to life DoorDash’s mission to grow and empower local economies, and showcases that, while an order may seem like a small thing, when consumers get their goods, local businesses get business, …

Chomp to end delivery services in Cedar Rapids

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG) – Chomp is terminating its food delivery services in Cedar Rapids on August 15. In a note to restaurants, the locally owned company said its delivery services have been “highly successful” in Iowa City, Coralville and North Liberty, but it has not seen the same success in Cedar Rapids. Chomp was …

Omnicart Empowers RMDA Members to Start and Scale On-Demand Delivery Services

June 27, 2022 – AUSTIN, TX – Restaurant Marketing and Delivery Association (RMDA), today announced a strategic partnership with Omnicart. As former RDS owners (DineEasy), everything about Omnicart stems from the vision of empowering local entrepreneurs to reach their full potential. With backing from the biggest startup accelerator in Canada, Creative Destruction Lab, and the support of the …

How This 22-Year-Old High School Dropout Is Helping Independent Restaurants Fight Back Against GrubHub

Right now, in the U.S., 40% of the restaurant industry are independent restaurant owners and mom-and-pop shops. The pandemic hit these businesses hard, and many of them are still reeling from the past two years. While we’ve seen a rise in food delivery as of late, this consumer behavior is actually quite detrimental to small-and-mid-sized …

Zuppler and DataDreamers announce strategic partnership and integration

Zuppler, an online food ordering system for delivery service providers, restaurants, and caterers, and DataDreamers, a Fullsteam company, the industry leading marketplace ordering, dispatch and driver management software for delivery service providers and restaurants announce their partnership and technology integration to support the $80B Food Delivery Market. Together, the joint solution provides a superior consumer …

Philly-area tech firm aims to deliver food more cheaply than DoorDash or UberEats

Just two companies, DoorDash and UberEats — both based in San Francisco — arrange five out of every six restaurant meal deliveries in the U.S. More than half of Americans have used meal delivery services, with the typical customer spending more than $200, in the first quarter of 2022, according to Bloomberg Second Measure. But …

Cartwheel Partners with RMDA to Empower 30,000+ Local Drivers and Couriers with Delivery Management Technology

LOS ANGELES —  Cartwheel, an on-demand delivery management platform for restaurants, couriers, and beyond announced today their partnership with The Restaurant Marketing and Delivery Association (RMDA). This partnership brings the company’s delivery management technology to RMDA members using LocalDelivery, the group’s new marketplace which centralizes local restaurants and businesses.   Cartwheel’s turnkey delivery and fleet management offerings are …

Time to Eat Akron set to launch food-delivery service

AKRON, Ohio – When it’s time to eat, a new player entering the food-delivery service in Akron is ready to bring food to you. Jamie Banks is set to launch Time to Eat Akron next week. Banks is an independent owner in the company, which is based in Fresno, California. It has been around since 2004. It …

Look out, DoorDash: Local meal delivery companies are teaming up

DoorDash, Uber Eats, and Grubhub have become synonymous with on-demand restaurant delivery. DoorDash alone accounts for 59% of U.S. business; Uber Eats has 24% and Grubhub 14%. But the big three have at least 550 competitors: small companies that cover a town or a segment of a state, such as GrubSouth in Alabama, Meals Now in Arkansas, …