Eatstreet

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EatStreet , an online and mobile food ordering service which initially gained traction by targeting secondary markets across the U.S., has now raised an additional $6 million in Series B funding. The round included participation from Series A investors Cornerstone Opportunity Partners, Independence Equity, Great Oaks Venture Capital as well as from CSA Partners, Silicon Valley Bank, and other angels.

The company had previously raised $2 million a little over a year ago.

Founded in 2010 by University of Wisconsin graduates Matt Howard, Alex Wyler and Eric Martell, the service initially took off in the startup’s hometown of Madison before expanding to nearly two dozen other cities across the U.S. as of last February. Today, EatStreet is reporting 300% average annual sales growth, and, more recently, rapid expansion requiring additional investment.

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In the last three months, the company added over 3,000 restaurants to its service. “We were able to accomplish this by providing restaurants with premiere…

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