Founded in 2014, Sendy was a Kenyan logistics startup aiming to revolutionize the delivery and logistics industry in Africa. Pioneered by Meshack Alloys, Evans Biwott, Don Okoth, and Malaika Judd, Sendy connected shippers with drivers and riders in Kenya, Nigeria, and Uganda. It provided a platform for various sizes of deliveries, from small packages to…
Munchery was a meal delivery service founded in 2010 by Tri Tran and Conrad Chu. It ceased operations in 2019 due to expensive business model, competition, and negative publicity about food safety.
Shyp’s story begins as a promising venture, aiming to revolutionize the shipping industry with its on-demand service. Founded in 2013 by Kevin Gibbon, Joshua Scott, and Jack Smith, Shyp quickly gained attention and significant funding, raising over $62 million from investors. The San Francisco-based startup’s business model was captivating: users could simply take a photo…