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Deliverr

Deliverr

A technology company offering an online marketplace for order fulfilment.

Deliverr is a technology company offering an online marketplace for order fulfilment that is headquartered in San Francisco, California and was founded in 2017 by Harish Abbot and Michael Krakaris. The Deliverr platform uses machine learning to help predict which warehouses should be storing products for each client.

Funding

Series A

On October 5, 2019 Deliverr announced completing their series A funding round with $23 million in funding from 8VC (lead investor), Shan-Lyn Ma, Ryan Peterson, and other investors. The company plans on using their series A funding to hire more employees and create partnerships with new online retailers.

Series B

On September 24, 2019 Deliverr announced completing their series B funding round with $23 million in funding from GLP (lead investor) and 8VC. The company plans on using their series B funding to hire more employees, expand North American operations, launch a new fast shipping program for major sales channels, and build more focused on delivering value to merchants. At the time of announcing their series B funding, Deliverr also announced a a 2-day delivery program for all Shopify stores using the companies platform.

Timeline

September 2019

Deliverr raises a $23,000,000 series B round from GLP and 8VC.

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Birju Patel

Founder

Erica Lippe

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Harish Abbott

Founder

Justin Flores

Employee

Michael Krakaris

Founder

Ryan Petersen

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Teddy Cho

Employee

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Ron Miller
February 5, 2020
TechCrunch
Deliverr doesn't own a warehouse or a delivery truck, but the startup is helping e-commerce companies not named Amazon achieve Amazon-like two-day shipping. The startup does it with intelligent algorithms, and today it announced a $40 million Series C investment. Activant Capital led the round. Other investors in the company include 8VC, GLP and Flexport [...]

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