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Message par miniming » ven. avr. 16, 2021 4:43 am


Next on the top ten drivers list comes a household name – food delivery giant and on-demand local logistics platform DoorDash. It is no secret that the app-based food delivery industry has taken off in recent years, and the pandemic only increased demand for these services as regions went through periods of intense lockdowns and customers attempted to limit human contact as much as possible.

Yet another company on our list making its public debut this year, DoorDash began trading on the New York Stock Exchange in December, initially opening at around 80% above its set share price and showing promise to early investors like SoftBank and Sequoia. In the company’s most recent investor letter, DoorDash reported quarterly revenue of $970 million, representing 226% YoY growth, as well as a sharp increase in total orders to 273 million, a 233% YoY increase. DoorDash also saw strong merchant adoption of its Drive offering, geared toward large order deliveries that involve special handling and for which only experienced “Dashers” qualify.

DoorDash isn’t keeping itself siloed in just food and grocery deliveries – as of late March, DoorDash announced partnerships with Vault Health and Everlywell to begin facilitating same-day delivery of Covid-19 PCR test collection kits across the U.S.

Where it counted the most on the 2021 Midas List:*

Alfred Lin | Sequoia | #1
Pejman Nozad | Pear VC | #15
Mar Hershenson | Pear VC | #29
Saar Gur | CRV | #34
Keith Rabois | Founders Fund | #37
Vinod Khosla | Khosla Ventures | #40
Rahul Mehta | DST Global | #47
John Doerr | Kleiner Perkins | #77

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