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About Zoomer

Zoomer is a technology and logistics startup focused on helping high volume delivery restaurants wow their customers and grow their business.

Zoomer Headquarter Location

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,

United States

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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned Zoomer in 1 CB Insights research brief, most recently on Apr 13, 2022.

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Zoomer is included in 1 Expert Collection, including Restaurant Tech.


Restaurant Tech

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Hardware and software for restaurant management, bookings, staffing, mobile restaurant payments, inventory management, cloud kitchens, and more. On-demand food delivery services are excluded from this collection.

Latest Zoomer News

3 Reasons to Hire a Zoomer Employee

May 4, 2022

If you are looking to expand your workforce, don't let years of experience or training stand in the way of potential rockstar candidates. Photo: Getty Images For many businesses hiring and finding the right talent is a huge undertaking, and with the competition in the marketplace it has become ever increasingly difficult to find the right fit for your company both from a technical standpoint and a company culture fit. That coupled with the great resignation and many employees looking to retire it can leave you short staffed and stressed. But thankfully, there is a new generation of employees that are graduated and looking for work: Zoomers. Now generation Z or Zoomers as they are called, bring some exciting new things to the table that you really want to consider for your own workforce. Here are the top three reasons that I think are important to look at the younger generation of candidates. They Understand the Digital Landscape. Candidates new to the workforce may lack formal experience in many business software platforms, but as a generation that grew up with iPads, cell phones and personal computers, technology is an inherent skill set for younger candidates. They understand the ins and outs of software and are able to pick up new platforms with ease. They all used technology in their college courses, and are comfortable using email and various project management tools. They may prove invaluable in helping pick platforms for your growing business by keeping up with trends and the newest software developments on the market. When interviewing a younger candidate ask them what platforms they have worked with in the past and look for similarities in your own software lineup. For instance if a candidate is skilled in one design program, they can likely operate others with ease once they are given the opportunity to learn. They Will Help Strengthen Your Company Culture. Younger workers often value work-life balance, open communication channels and value-centric leadership and will seek out opportunities for such in their careers. If this is something that is important to you as a leader and a business owner, Zoomers will not only seek out positions with your company but will help strengthen your culture by holding themselves to the same values. There is an opportunity to put younger workers in HR and management positions as they will help uphold the culture and help create value within the business. They Are Independent. Workers that value technology and work life balance also tend to be more independent in their work habits. They are creative and able to research and solve their own problems (thanks to their innate ability to Google). Which means that managing them is a breeze. Give them the tools to do their job well and the ability to have a good work-life balance and you will have a happy employee that creates value for your business. If you are looking to expand your workforce, don't let years of experience or training stand in the way of potential rock star candidates. With the right coaching and training, the younger workers entering the workforce might be just what your business needs to reach their goals even faster. May 4, 2022

  • When was Zoomer founded?

    Zoomer was founded in 2014.

  • Where is Zoomer's headquarters?

    Zoomer's headquarters is located at Philadelphia.

  • What is Zoomer's latest funding round?

    Zoomer's latest funding round is Asset Sale.

  • How much did Zoomer raise?

    Zoomer raised a total of $120K.

  • Who are the investors of Zoomer?

    Investors of Zoomer include EatStreet, FundersClub, Gabriel Weinberg, Y Combinator, First Round Capital and 4 more.

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