Kitchit

  • On-demand private chef startup Kitchit shuts down

    On-demand private chef startup Kitchit shuts down

    Kitchit, the startup that brought chefs into your home to cook for you, is shutting down because “investment runways are finite, and unfortunately ours reached its end at a moment of substantial upheaval in the food-tech world,” Kitchit founders Brendan Marshall and Ian Ferguson wrote on the company’s site. Marshall and Ferguson detail the entire story of the company… Read More

  • Kitchit Gets $7.5 Million To Bring The Restaurant Experience To Your Home

    Kitchit Gets $7.5 Million To Bring The Restaurant Experience To Your Home

    San Francisco-based Kitchit wants to enable anyone to have restaurant-quality food without going out, by creating a marketplace of chefs who cook in customers’ homes. The company has just raised $7.5 million in funding led by Javelin Venture Partners to make its chefs available to more users in more places. Read More

  • The Way We Eat

    “Where should we grab some food?” Perhaps no other question has motivated more consumer technology entrepreneurs. Well, I say that only half-jokingly. While restaurants and these services continue to compete for our dining dollars, a host of new consumer web startups have mushroomed to fill in some gaps and create interesting new ways for us to chow down. New companies like Gobble… Read More