GrubHub Summary


GrubHub provides an online and mobile platform for restaurant pick-up and delivery orders. The Company allows users to find and order food from restaurants in their vicinity that deliver or offer pickup, via an app and a website. GrubHub also provides a corporate program that helps businesses address inefficiencies in food ordering and associated billing. 

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Employees (est.) (Feb 2019)2,722(+28%)
Job Openings224
Website Visits (Feb 2021)27 m(-9%)
Revenue (FY, 2020)$1.8 B(+39%)
Share Price (May 2021)$65.4(-5%)
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GrubHub Office Locations

GrubHub has offices in Chicago and New York

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GrubHub total Funding

$284.1 m

GrubHub latest funding size

$200 m

Time since last funding

3 years ago

GrubHub investors

Lightspeed Venture Partners, DAG Ventures, Benchmark, T. Rowe Price, Greenspring Associates, Amicus Capital, Origin Ventures, Leo Capital Holdings, Mesirow Financial, Yum! Brands

In total, GrubHub has raised $284.1 m. GrubHub is a subsidiary of

GrubHub's revenue was reported to be $1.82 b in FY, 2020


Revenue (Q1, 2021)$550.59 m
Net income (Q1, 2021)($75.46 m)
EBIT (Q1, 2021) ($68.92 m)
Market capitalization (07-May-2021)$6.11 b
Closing stock price(07-May-2021)$65.41
Cash (31-Mar-2021)$348.84 m

GrubHub's current market capitalization is $6.1 b.

USDFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017FY, 2018FY, 2019FY, 2020
Cash86.5 m201.8 m169.3 m239.5 m234.1 m211.2 m375.9 m360.2 m
Accounts Receivable29.3 m36.1 m42.1 m60.6 m96 m110.9 m119.7 m111.8 m
Prepaid Expenses2.6 m2.9 m3.5 m12.2 m6.8 m17.6 m17.5 m24.8 m
Current Assets122.2 m353 m356.3 m396.3 m360.5 m363.8 m566.3 m572.4 m
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Cash112.8 m207.1 m212 m188.2 m195.6 m153 m203.3 m132.9 m177.8 m275 m293.3 m266 m272.3 m442.7 m294.6 m189.7 m358.8 m394 m560.7 m484.8 m405.3 m348.8 m
Accounts Receivable38.1 m37.9 m42.7 m49.6 m46.2 m44.3 m51.4 m57.1 m65.7 m62.4 m59.7 m73.7 m100.1 m98.3 m120.3 m141 m123.8 m123.3 m135.7 m75.7 m75.8 m104.7 m
Prepaid Expenses2.4 m2.5 m3.1 m2.9 m3.7 m4.6 m3.6 m6.6 m6.3 m9.2 m8.8 m9.4 m9.8 m12.1 m17 m19.9 m23.8 m18.6 m18.1 m18.7 m17.9 m20.4 m
Current Assets158.7 m251.2 m327.4 m351.5 m357.8 m344.4 m379.4 m333.5 m368.6 m432.9 m442.1 m414.8 m398.3 m592 m462.7 m376.2 m534.1 m570.4 m771.1 m647.2 m583 m552 m
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USDFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017FY, 2018FY, 2019FY, 2020
Net Income6.7 m24.3 m38.1 m49.6 m99 m78.5 m(18.6 m)(155.9 m)
Depreciation and Amortization13.5 m22.7 m28 m35.2 m51.8 m21.6 m30.2 m42.4 m
Accounts Receivable(8.3 m)(7.4 m)(4.3 m)(17.5 m)(27.8 m)(6.1 m)(11.6 m)6.9 m
Accounts Payable2.1 m(259 k)3.3 m(3.2 m)(4.2 m)11.2 m2 m(2 m)
USDQ2, 2014Q3, 2014Q1, 2015Q2, 2015Q3, 2015Q1, 2016Q2, 2016Q3, 2016Q1, 2017Q2, 2017Q3, 2017Q1, 2018Q2, 2018Q3, 2018Q1, 2019Q2, 2019Q3, 2019Q1, 2020Q2, 2020Q3, 2020Q1, 2021
Net Income2.7 m6.5 m10.6 m19.9 m26.8 m9.9 m22.7 m35.9 m17.7 m32.5 m45.5 m30.8 m60.9 m83.6 m6.9 m8.1 m9.2 m(33.4 m)(78.8 m)(88.1 m)(75.5 m)
Depreciation and Amortization5.6 m5.7 m6.2 m15.1 m21.4 m7.3 m16.2 m25.3 m10 m20.5 m33.1 m21 m40.8 m61.8 m6.2 m13.6 m21.7 m8.7 m18.8 m30.1 m12.3 m
Accounts Receivable(8.7 m)(13.6 m)(11.9 m)(8.5 m)(6.9 m)(10 m)(11.7 m)(22.3 m)(1.7 m)784 k(12.1 m)3.9 m5.8 m(18 m)(30.4 m)(13.3 m)(13.3 m)(18.3 m)43.4 m42.6 m6.9 m
Accounts Payable(962 k)(1.3 m)(1.8 m)(4 m)(633 k)5.4 m(858 k)(4.6 m)483 k(978 k)3 m601 k(107 k)5.3 m(18.6 m)(10.2 m)(50 k)4.7 m547 k(5.4 m)(3.5 m)
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GrubHub's Active Users was reported to be 17.7 m in FY, 2018.

GrubHub Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

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TapingoSeptember 26, 2018$150 m
LevelUPJuly 25, 2018$390 m
FoodlerJune 08, 2017
DiningIn LLCFebruary 05, 2015
SeamlessMay 20, 2013
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KMLee Investments
MealPort USA LLC

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212.7 k Twitter followers

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GrubHub has 212.7 k Twitter Followers. The number of followers has increased 0.45% month over month and increased 1.57% quarter over quarter.

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May 04, 2021
Global Online Food Delivery Services Market Report 2021 Featuring Market Leaders -, Doordash, Deliveroo, Uber Eats, Zomato, Swiggy, Domino's Pizza, Grubhub, foodpanda, and Just-Eat
_3xOCqDublin, May 04, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Online Food Delivery Services Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Growth and Change to 2030" report has been added to's offering. This report focuses on the online food delivery services market which is experiencing strong growth. The report gives a guide to the online food delivery services market which will be shaping and changing our lives over the next ten years and beyond, including the market's response to the challenge of the global pandemic. Major players in the online food delivery services market are, Doordash, Deliveroo, Uber eats, Zomato, Swiggy, Domino's pizza, Grubhub, foodpanda, and Just eat.The global online food delivery services market is expected grow from $115.07 billion in 2020 to $126.91 billion in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.3%. The growth is mainly due to the companies resuming their operations and adapting to the new normal while recovering from the COVID-19 impact, which had earlier led to restrictive containment measures involving social distancing, remote working, and the closure of commercial activities that resulted in operational challenges. The market is expected to reach $192.16 billion in 2025 at a CAGR of 11%.The global online food delivery services market covered in this report is segmented by type into platform-to-customer, restaurant -to-customer; by channel type into websites, mobile applications and by payment method into cash on delivery, online payment.Cost of supply chain and logistics will be the key restraint for the online food delivery services market. This cost includes the cost incurred for order fulfilment, delivery cost, adjusting business resources to dynamic market demand and last-mile connectivity. Besides, there are costs of cardboard boxes for packaging, gas, mileage and the cost for hiring a driver. The supply chain and logistics has to be in place in order to avoid the spoilage of products with limited shelf life.
May 04, 2021
Viral Tweet Reminds Us That Doordash, Just Like Uber And Grubhub, Is Not A Delivery Company
_3xOCqClaiming that delivery is not core to a company’s business is the app economy’s means of circumventing the Borello test, the Supreme Court of California’s litmus for whether workers qualify as W-2 employees or as 1099 independent contractors.
Apr 07, 2021
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Feb 03, 2021
GrubHub took a hit in the fourth quarter as it worked to support restaurants affected by the pandemic (GRUB)
_3xOCq Summary List PlacementGrubHub took a bigger loss in the fourth quarter than last year, even though online orders climbed, as it continued to help out restaurants struggling to stay open during the COVID-19 pandemic.  The food delivery app said it took a net loss for the quarter ending December 31, 2020, of $67.8 million, a decrease from the $27.7 million loss in the same quarter last year, as the pandemic continued to "severely impact" restaurant partners, the company said in its shareholder letter.  "Our priority continues to be doing everything we can to ensure a robust and vibrant restaurant ecosystem for the long-term," the Wednesday letter read. "To that end, we continued to spend tens of millions of dollars on marketing and promotional support to drive more orders." Read more: Grubhub just hired a head of corporate affairs. Here's her strategy to set it apart from rivals Uber and DoorDash. In November, GrubHub gave $10,000 winterization grants to independent restaurants in big cities on the East Coast. The company also continued its COVID-related temporary fee caps, saying it "effectively conveyed more than $50 million to local restaurants across the country." Food delivery companies make most of their money by charging restaurants commission fees per orders for delivering food to paying customers. Many restaurants decried the practice when the pandemic forced online orders to become the majority of sales, and commission fees cut into their revenues. Despite the increased net loss, the Chicago-based company said, "The strong momentum in our business we have seen all year long carried into the fourth quarter" with active diners and daily orders rising. According to the company's earnings statement, active diners rose 39% from last year to 31.4 million during the quarter. And daily orders rose 31% to 658,000.  The company's planned merger with European food delivery service Just Eat remains on track to be completed in the first half of 2021, GrubHub said. The deal, which was struck in June, would allow the combined company become the world's largest online food delivery company outside of China.Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Why thoroughbred horse semen is the world's most expensive liquid
Feb 01, 2021
Grubhub salaries revealed: Here's how much software engineers and data scientists get paid by the delivery company
_3xOCq Summary List PlacementOn Wednesday, Grubhub is set to release one of its last earnings reports before it officially merges this year with European delivery giant Just Eat Takeaway. The merger of the companies, in a deal valued at $7.3 billion, will make Just Eat Takeaway the largest food delivery business outside of China. What's unclear is how the marriage will impact Grubhub's US-based workforce of more than 2,700 employees.  Typically when mergers occur, layoffs usually follow. In late January, Uber laid off around 15% of the 1,000 workers at Postmates. The ride-sharing giant, which owns Uber Eats, bought Postmates in an all-stock deal valued at $2.65 billion in late 2020.  Read More: As delivery exploded during the pandemic, these 5 startups offered restaurants alternatives to DoorDash, Uber Eats, and Grubhub and their hefty fees Will Grubhub's workforce be slashed, as well? That remains to be seen. But for now, the company's technology and product teams are hard at work. Last week, the  Chicago-based delivery company launched a redesigned app. New features include real-time order tracking and easier toggling between pickup and delivery options. How much do these app developers get paid? Insider can provide a glimpse using government visa data. Insider analyzed the US Office of Foreign Labor Certification disclosure data for visa applications filed by Grubhub between 2018 to 2020. Companies report base salaries that they offer current or prospective workers as part of the visa application process.  Salary is usually part of a compensation package that typically includes bonuses and benefits. The on-demand delivery platform, an early player in the order/pickup space, applied for 256 visas on the federal site. Positions included: various levels of software engineers, data analysts, product managers, data engineers, and marketing managers.  Base salaries ranged from $60,000 a year for a B2B marketing associate to $225,000 a year for a director of data engineering.   Additionally, Grubhub has about 124 jobs listed on its website for various positions including sales associates, engineers, and product managers.   "We're focused on bringing the best talent to Grubhub in Chicago and across the country, and to not only offer competitive compensation, benefits, and employee programs, but a workplace culture that is fun, collaborative, and customer-obsessed," a Grubhub spokesperson told Insider in an email. Here's what the federal visa data shows: Grubhub's pay for senior software engineers vs DoorDash, Google, Amazon Engineers were the most sought after positions with Grubhub applying for 160 visas for positions with engineer in the title, according to the US Office of Foreign Labor data. Specifically, Grubhub applied for 89 visas for three tiers of software engineers. Software engineer: The delivery company applied for 19 visas for this position and listed the base salary ranging from $85,000 to $165,000.  Software engineer I: Grubhub sought 42 visas for this position and listed the base salary ranging from $66,082 to $115,000. Software engineer II: Grubhub applied for 28 visas for this position and listed the base salary ranging from $75,000 to $175,000. Beyond those positions, the delivery company also listed positions with the title "senior software engineer." The company applied for 23 visas for this position, with the base pay ranging from $123,000 to $175,000. Grubhub's chief rival DoorDash, the market share leader in the restaurant delivery space, pays more for the same position, according to the same federal visa data. The base salary range for senior-level engineers at DoorDash range from $168,958 to $220,000, according to the US Office of Foreign Labor data submitted between 2018 to 2020. DoorDash, like Google, is based in the Bay Area of California where the cost of living is among the highest in the nation.  Read More: Postmates salaries revealed: Here's how much software engineers, robotics engineers, and data scientists make at the last-mile delivery company now owned by Uber Looking at other tech-focused sectors, the typical average base pay for senior software engineers at Amazon and Google is $156,196 and $182,316, respectively, according to the latest US pay data found on Glassdoor. Pay for data scientists, analysts Beyond software engineers, the most popular positions sought by Grubhub were data scientists, data analysts, and data engineers. The base pay for three tiers of data scientists ranged from $95,000 to $130,000 a year.  Visa applications do not provide job descriptions. However, Grubhub's website describes the responsibilities of positions with similar titles.  For example, the duties listed for a "senior data scientist/machine learning" employee were described as helping Grubhub "optimize how we charge our diners, shaping hundreds of millions in revenue annually. You will work closely both with financial stakeholders as well as engineers to ship models that make Grubhub more efficient with the way in which it charges customers." Other I.T. and leadership positions can pay as much as $225,000 Lead data analyst: Grubhub applied for one visa for this position, listing the annual base salary as $165,000. No range was provided.  Director of data engineering: Grubhub sought three visas for this position. The annual base salary ranged from  $200,000 to $225,000. B2B marketing manager: The base salary was listed at $102,500 a year. No range was provided. Grubhub applied for two visas for this position.  Decision scientist: The base salary for this position ranged from $105,000 to $135,000 a year. The company sought three visas for this position. While the title is not identical, Grubhub's career website describes the duties of a "senior decision scientist" as working with other analysis teams "to accelerate and perfect our delivery systems." Product manager: Grubhub applied for two visas for this position, whose base salary was listed at $106,030. No range was provided.SEE ALSO: As delivery exploded during the pandemic, these 5 startups offered restaurants alternatives to DoorDash, Uber Eats, and Grubhub and their hefty fees Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Why thoroughbred horse semen is the world's most expensive liquid
Jan 21, 2021
With $20 million in VC funding, Lunchbox's CEO wants to compete with third-party delivery giants like Grubhub by empowering independent restaurants
_3xOCq Summary List PlacementWell before the coronavirus pandemic swept the nation in March, restaurant operators began sounding the alarm about the economic hardships they face when working with third-party delivery companies. The outrage over these obstacles — high commission rates for placement on their vast marketplaces and the refusal to share consumer data — was amplified during the pandemic.  And, no one has screamed louder about these "injustices'' than Nabeel Alamgir. Read more: Meet the 5 food tech startups offering restaurants profitable alternatives to DoorDash, Uber Eats, and Grubhub Alamgir co-founded New York City-based Lunchbox in 2019 with a single mission: to give small chains and independent restaurants online ordering solutions to drive sales, and reduce their dependence on third-party delivery operators.  He is David trying to slay Goliath. "We are the underdogs," he told Insider in a recent interview. "I'm excited about all the tech providers that are helping restaurants and if that puts a target on our back against these third party companies, so be it."  Living the American dream Alamgir, who immigrated to the US from Bangladesh as a teenager, got his first job in 2009 in the restaurant business.  He wanted to earn money for homecoming but he didn't speak much English at the time. So he got a gig as a busboy at Bareburger, a casual dining chain in New York City. It was the ideal job. "You're nice to people and they don't bother you. But as I was picking up English, I would not shut up," said the affable Alamgir. His chattiness and work ethic led to jobs as a server, then marketing manager at Bareburger. He eventually became chief marketing officer and helped Bareburger expand to nearly 50 restaurants.  But during the expansion, Alamgir said he ran into roadblocks with Bareburger's digital ordering channels, especially with delivery. Systems didn't talk to each other, and delivery was a losing proposition, he said. Third-party delivery companies skimmed profits from restaurants by charging high commission fees and denied Alamgir the one thing he coveted most as CMO: access to consumer data. "For dine-in, we knew who our customers were. For delivery, we had no idea," he said. Something had to be done.  Empowering independent restaurants Alamgir left Bareburger in 2019 and co-founded Lunchbox with Andrew Boryk, the company's chief technology officer.  The startup is aimed at independent restaurants and mid-market chains that can ill-afford their own I.T. department to produce the online solutions needed to grow a healthy digital business.  Lunchbox looks to emulate tech pioneers such as Sweetgreen, Panera Bread, and Chipotle Mexican Grill – chains at the top of their game when it comes to frictionless mobile order and pickup technology, loyalty programming, subscription services, and app design.    During the pandemic, the company added a curbside feature for clients within 16 hours of New York City shutting down. "We design everything," Alamgir said. Clients pay a monthly service fee ranging from $200 to $300 per month.  "We don't have three-year contracts. We want to be there and help you increase sales. If we don't help you increase sales, we're in trouble," Alamgir said. Grubhub declined to comment for this story. The Chicago-based third-party delivery company, which is expected to merge in 2021 with Just Eat, charges restaurants commission fees for orders made through its app, often called a marketplace. In early December, Grubhub introduced Direct Order Toolkit, which allows restaurants to drive online orders without paying a marketplace fee. Orders are subject to an order processing fee, the company states on its website.  Reclaiming guest data Alamgir said he doesn't take issue with third-party delivery companies who help restaurants process direct orders through their own branded channels.  No one in the industry is "outraged" by delivery operators who provide last-mile services, Alamgir said. In fact, Lunchbox integrates with DoorDash and Postmates, who deliver meals ordered through their clients' digital platforms. The main difference: Lunchbox shares that data with restaurants. That's not a common practice for orders placed on delivery apps, unless you're a mega-fast food chain or a brand with cachet and the deep pockets to negotiate a guest sharing deal, he said. "What is even more unfair is when they give access to data to Yum Brands and Shake Shack, but not the smaller systems. So it's a tale of two cities, right? The bigger and richer you are, the more access you have to data," Alamgir said. Mini delivery marketplaces Alamgir's latest quest to lure consumers from delivery apps has emerged in recent weeks. Lunchbox is developing its own marketplace app to promote delivery for multi-unit restaurant operators or a community of restaurants.  Lunchbox is working New York based hospitality group, SBE Entertainment Group, on a project Alamgir hopes will take off in 2021. Lunchbox is testing a mini-marketplace like Grubhub to showcase SBE's new division of virtual restaurant brands. The direct-to-consumer concepts, created under a division called C3, includes delivery-only restaurant brands and ghost kitchens. The app enables consumers to order from the various restaurant brands under C3's umbrella, such as Umami Burger, Sam's Crispy Chicken, Plant Nation, Krispy Rice, and Ella Mia. C3 currently operates restaurant brands out of about 40 ghost kitchen locations.  "I think that's going to be our most popular product," he said.  For restaurants, listing on an app like Lunchbox's has its benefits.  Alamgir says these mini-marketplaces are geared for restaurants who want to coexist in a community with fewer competitors than on apps like Grubhub and no third-party commission rates. It's essentially a first-party app that cuts out the middle man. "Because if you own a restaurant and I own a restaurant, we're fighting on Grubhub to our death," Alamgir said of the competitive landscape. "And we're paying 30% for Grubhub to watch the fight, right? And I'm saying, 'Why not have our own marketplace.'" He's got 15 mini-marketplaces in the works for next year, though Alamgir declined to name his potential clients.  Innovation like this has caught the eye of big investors and the media. This year Alamgir earned a spot on Forbes' 2021 "30 under 30" list.  In late October, Lunchbox raised $20 million in a Series A round led by New York-based Coatue, an investor in DoorDash. Other investors participating in the round include celebrity chef Tom Colicchio, former Venmo executive Michael Vaughan, HelloFresh founder Bryan Ciambella, Planet Hollywood founder Robert Earl, and Girls Who Code founder Reshma Saujani.  Alamgir is humbled by the attention his company has received and is well aware of the self-serving benefits of his campaign against third-party delivery practices.  Lunchbox has grown more than 700% in revenue since the start of the pandemic, Alamgir said.  Restaurant clients include mom-and-pop restaurants and emerging regional chains such as Black Tap, Mulberry & Vine, David Chang's Fuku, and Honeygrow.  Although he's the CEO of a startup technology company, Alamgir said he'll never forget where he got his start: restaurants. That's why he's passionate about making sure restaurants find any "tech ally" who can help them grow their digital sales – even if it's one of his rivals like Olo.  "Pick anyone, but you have to have someone as your ambassador. It doesn't matter who," said Alamgir. "The only flaw is if you have none."Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Why thoroughbred horse semen is the world's most expensive liquid

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When was GrubHub founded?
GrubHub was founded in 2004.
Who are GrubHub key executives?
GrubHub's key executives are Matt Maloney, Adam Dewitt and Sam Hall.
How many employees does GrubHub have?
GrubHub has 2,722 employees.
What is GrubHub revenue?
Latest GrubHub annual revenue is $1.82 b.
What is GrubHub revenue per employee?
Latest GrubHub revenue per employee is $482.05 k.
Who are GrubHub competitors?
Competitors of GrubHub include Tapingo, Postmates and DoorDash.
Where is GrubHub headquarters?
GrubHub headquarters is located at 111 W Washington St #2100, Chicago.
Where are GrubHub offices?
GrubHub has offices in Chicago and New York
How many offices does GrubHub have?
GrubHub has 2 offices.

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