Press Release: EatStreet Announces New CFO

EatStreet Appoints New Chief Financial Officer

Madison, WI — March 16, 2016 — EatStreet today announced Richard Santiago as the online food ordering company’s new CFO, effective March 14, 2016. Santiago joins EatStreet from Riot Games Inc., where he was the Head of Finance managing all of their business units. Santiago, a California native, has more than 15 years of financial leadership experience for digital and consumer product companies. He now makes the cross-country trek to the Midwest after living in California his entire life. Continue reading “Press Release: EatStreet Announces New CFO”

Press Release: EatStreet Brings Online Food Ordering to Hotel Rooms

EatStreet and Telkonet Partner to Help Hotel Guests Order Local Food to Their Rooms

MADISON, WI, MARCH 8, 2016 — EatStreet, the largest independent online food ordering service in the United States, is proud to announce a partnership with EthoStream by Telkonet, one of the largest and most trafficked high-speed Internet access providers for hospitality properties in the U.S. This agreement provides hotel guests the ability to order local food via EatStreet to their hotel rooms the moment they join the EthoStream hospitality WiFI network. Continue reading “Press Release: EatStreet Brings Online Food Ordering to Hotel Rooms”

Press Release: EatStreet Partners with UberRUSH

EatStreet Partners with UberRUSH to Improve Food Delivery in Chicago

MADISON, WI – JAN. 28, 2016 – EatStreet and Uber announced plans that will further expand the companies’ online food delivery reach beginning with the Chicago market. EatStreet will integrate a new private API for UberRUSH into existing infrastructure that will optimize restaurant delivery placed through EatStreet’s online and mobile platforms.

Partnering with UberRUSH to power additional delivery opportunities will benefit both EatStreet diners and restaurant partners. “In a large city like Chicago, getting the fastest delivery, even within less than a mile, is paramount,” says Matt Howard, EatStreet CEO and co-founder.

“Ordering on EatStreet will still look the same. Diners will place orders on the EatStreet website or through our free mobile apps on iOS or Android, but they’ll see the benefit in improved delivery.”

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