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Cater2.me

www.cater2.me
Funding: Less than 250K (USD) Funding Type: Self
Employees: 50 Revenue: 10M-20M (USD)

The Cater2.me Mission

Cater2.me was founded with the goal of connecting inspired kitchens with the masses.

Inspired by San Francisco's thriving farmers' markets and the abundance of passionate local chefs, we decided it was time to revamp catering by opening up access to this amazing wealth of local gourmet food.

We've set out on a mission to connect companies with the local food scene, to give them a better, more wholesome sense of the small businesses around them. We enable these relationships through a mix of technology and committed customer service. No longer are you only able to read about the hottest chefs and food startups while at work – we're bringing them into your offices and homes.

Our Products

Cater2.me stands for curated quality and variety, trusted service and dead-simple ordering. At Cater2.me, Your Catering is Our Business!

Our Team

Our founder, Zach Yungst, grew up in Sarasota, Florida before attending Penn’s Wharton School. Post graduation, Zach worked in investment banking at Morgan Stanley and in private equity for TPG in San Francisco. Zach’s knowledge of San Francisco’s catering scene and passion for business led to the formation of Cater2.me.

Alex Lorton, our awesome co-founder, is a native Ohioan and graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He worked in New York as a strategic management consultant for Oliver Wyman, focusing on Technology and Operations, for four years before relocating to San Francisco to co-found Cater2.me.

Cater2.me Locations

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Headquarters San Francisco, CA, USA 50
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