Zerocater — incubated at Y Combinator back in 2011 (back in the day when YC had just 45 companies in a cohort) — was growing at a fast clip and gobbling up new customers for its office meal delivery service before Covid-19 hit. The pandemic led it to shed 98% of its business and set off a quick scramble to figure out how to extend its shelf life.
But survive it did, and now things are heating up. Zerocater today is announcing a round of $15 million to double down on its business with a wider geographical footprint and more AI and analytics to improve what it does.
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