Mike founded GrubHub in 2002, and led that company through five financing rounds, a couple of acquisitions,
a merger with Seamless, and ultimately, an IPO.
Today, Mike is the founder and CEO of Fixer, an on-demand handyperson service. Built on W2 employees, the goal of Fixer is to reboot trade education in the United States.
Mike has a memoir coming out about founding GrubHub, growing it through the IPO,
and then punting it all to ride his bike across the country.
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Skilled electricians, carpenters, painters, all-arounders – people who are knowledgeable, handy, and can fix our homes. They’re dying. Literally.
GrubHub had it’s Initial Public Offering on April 4, 2014. In many important ways, this was the start line for a new phase of the company.
Bootstrapping my business from 1 to 5,000 employees has been a wild ride. The nature of the business has changed a lot. As it has, I’ve had to stay on my toes to adapt to the new realities.