Alternative products to Platterz

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Platterz

Feed your team something extraordinary.

Platterz was born out of the belief that meals are meant for sharing with the people around you, not scarfing down alone at your desk. When employees come together and are well fed, they do better work. And that’s when the magic happens.

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A beautiful all-in-one planning tool for modern event teams

Tame is on a mission to solve the chaos of event planning and replace all the spreadsheets todays event managers are using to plan their events!

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Jasenko Hadzic- CEO & Co-founder, Tame
For all the events that students are collaboration on. Tame gathers all your event planning in one place and allows the student organisations to improve year by year, instead of losing the knowledge year by year and starting from scratch due to spreadsheet chaos.
Jasenko Hadzic
Jasenko Hadzic- CEO & Co-founder, Tame
Tame is built for event teams. Its a complete project management tool solely built for event team teams to streamline all their files, notes, contacts and communication in one place. It also has its own ticketing features, it's free and incredibly userfriendly! Disclosure: We are former event managers who were tired of spreadsheets, so we decided to build o… See more
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Food delivery from restaurants I would actually eat at.

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The Verge
Food delivery app Caviar wants to highlight where your dollars have actually been going when you order all those pizzas and salads. It's created a permanent, eye-catching section at the top of its app dedicated to businesses owned by or powered by women.
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Discovery-focused food delivery, reinvented

With Explore 1.0, the latest discovery-focused tool on the RushOrder food delivery app, you can now view a live Venmo-style feed of what real users are ordering nearby. The feature also incorporates an image-based Instagram-style feed of the most popular food in your area.

***Only Available in Los Angeles***

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Koreatimesus
By Brian Han A $70 billion dollar-a-year industry that's just beginning its shift to online and mobile platforms is a drool-worthy scenario for any tech entrepreneur - especially when the topic revolves around food. To be more specific, the food takeout and delivery market is responsible for generating this sizable sum.
PRWeb
The partnership will launch in Los Angeles at select store(s), and marks Tom N Toms' first entry into the on-demand delivery and mobile ordering space in the US. RushOrder, a rapidly growing mobile ordering and on-demand delivery company, announced its partnership with the global coffeehouse leader, Tom N Toms, to offer the chain's coffee, food, and other pr… See more
Eater LA
Score another one for the suddenly-booming food delivery app market. RushOrder is among the latest to jump into the increasingly crowded space, offering (at least on its surface) the usual array of benefits over the more common system of, you know, calling the restaurant you want and ordering your food from them and then waiting for someone to show up at you… See more
LAist
If you live near Koreatown, then you know you have a bevy of delicious food options in any direction. However, you might have noticed that many Korean restaurants aren't popping up on most mobile delivery apps. Some don't offer menus in English and can be intimidating to the non-Korean speaker.
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ZeroCater - The #1 way companies feed their teams with millions of meals served

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TechCrunch
ZeroCater may have made its name in bringing restaurant food to offices for lunch (or other meals), but it has now raised a new fresh round of funding for the next perk it hopes to bring to companies: snacks.
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