Fast-growing meal-kit delivery company Home Chef is "regularly receiving" investment and partnership offers, the Chicago company confirmed today, a day after competitor Blue Apron
If you want to get into cooking but you don’t have the time to plan out your meals or stop by the grocery store, you just might find yourself in Home Chef’s target demographic. The company, which raised $50 million in venture funding in 2016, delivers recipes and fresh ingredients to the customer’s doorstep.
Rentalutions has raised $2 million to add features to its platform and grow its team, the company announced Thursday.
Home Chef, a meal kit service similar to Blue Apron that delivers weekly ingredients that lets you prepare home-cooked meals in 30 minutes, announced Thursday that it's moving into a new 30,000 square foot space in the Wrigley Building. The company will occupy the 14th floor of both the North and South Wrigley Towers, which are connected by a sky bridge.
From the time she was a high school student in Wisconsin, Kristi Zuhlke knew she wanted to be an entrepreneur. But after graduating from Cincinnati’s Xavier University, she detoured from that plan to work at Procter & Gamble. The lure: Kristin Sharp, an Xavier entrepreneurship mentor and P&G exec, offered to train Zuhlke in the art of starting a company that caters to big clients.
PrintWithMe is a Chicago startup that's building a network of mobile print stations in public spaces so you can print on the go. The company sets up print/scan/copy/fax stations in places like coffee shops, residential buildings, college campuses, co-working spaces and hotels.
KnowledgeHound, a marketing-analytics software company, has raised another $2.7 million.