EatStreet, the Madison company that lets consumers order restaurant meals online and through mobile devices, has brought in another big investment: nearly $11 million.
That brings the total the company has raised so far to $38.5 million.
EatStreet is not saying anything about the new funds yet, but confirmed that the investment occurred. Two investors participated in the round, according to papers filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
EatStreet’s last funding round was finalized less than a year ago, when it received $15 million in December 2015 from investors that included MATH Venture Partners, Chicago; Lumia Capital, San Francisco; 4490 Ventures, Madison; and the State of Wisconsin Investment Board.
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Founded in 2010, EatStreet moved into spacious new quarters in August on the seventh and eighth floors of the 316 Building, 316 W. Washington Ave. EatStreet has 135 employees, all but two of whom work in Madison.
The company has signed on 15,000 restaurants in more than 250 cities across the U.S.
CEO Matt Howard has declined to disclose revenues.
After the previous investment, last December, called a Series C round, Howard acknowledged that funds received at that stage can serve as a prelude to a company’s acquisition or initial public stock offering; however, there’s been no indication of either, at this point.