Weekly refresh: Grubhub and Dunkin’, Crisp’s new HQ, major fundings

by Sophie Kalt
June 24, 2019

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Crisp is launching a new Chicago HQ with plans to hire 50. The U.K.-based company, which helps companies manage their reputations on social media, is establishing its North American HQ in Chicago due to the quality of its talent pool and the city’s growing tech ecosystem. [Built In Chicago]

Collective Health raised a massive $205 million, announcing Chicago expansion plans. The healthcare tech company, which helps manage employee health benefits, plans on hiring in all of its offices, including in Chicago, and adding more health partners to their platform. [Built In Chicago]

Arrive Logistics raised $25 million. Arrive Logistics is the maker of a platform that helps carriers and shippers collaborate to ensure each shipment goes smoothly. It will use the funding to grow its team and bolster its technology. [Built In Chicago]

Salesforce.org has invested $1 million in Chicago’s youth. The philanthropy arm of the sales platform granted $750K to Chicago Public Schools and $250K to i.c.stars — an immersive learning nonprofit that aims to give more young people a path into careers in technology. [Press Release]

Numerator announced its new chief executive officer. Formerly president and CEO at InnerWorkings, Eric Belcher will now lead the advertising data company born out of Market Track and InfoScout’s merger. [Crains’s]

Jellyvision announced Jonathan Mendes as VP of partner strategy and innovation. Previously at Aon, Mendes will expand on Jellyvision’s products and services, helping employees at companies around the country make better financial decisions. [Press Release]

ServerCentral Turing Group hires chief information security officer. Thomas Johnson will fill the role, helping the company focus on cybersecurity. [Press Release]

Dunkin’ now runs on Grubhub. Grubhub and Dunkin’ Donuts are rolling out a new delivery service, according to Yahoo Finance, with an average wait time of 15 minutes and a delivery fee under $5. Starting in New York, the service will grow to Boston, Chicago and Philadelphia soon. [Yahoo Finance]

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