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EzCater Gobbles $35M From Iconiq Capital, Insight Venture Partners

5 monthes ago   |   By Xconomy

Boston online food-ordering company ezCater has hauled in another big venture capital round. Today the company announced a $35 million investment led by new backer Iconiq Capital; Insight Venture Partners, a previous ezCater investor, also chipped in. EzCater says it has raised $70 million in total venture capital, including a $28 million round announced in October 2015 . EzCater got started in 2007, before there was a glut of companies offering food delivery at the push of a smartphone button. But while most online food-ordering startups have targeted consumers, ezCater opted to serve...
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