Online food ordering platform is now on the radar screens of:
- Raymond James
- Telsey Group
- William Blair
- Goldman Sachs
- JP Morgan
Targeting 60 million hungry Americans living in 279 secondary markets, online ordering platform EatStreet wanted to take a big bite out of the $12.6 billion in delivery and takeout orders placed in those markets each year. To do that, the independently owned company believed that gaining the attention of the financial advisory community would be instrumental.
To help EatStreet get a piece of the online/mobile food ordering pie, PReturn introduced EatStreet to analysts covering some of its biggest rivals GrubHub and Open Table. The goals were straightforward:
- Establish and build favorable relationships with influential analysts
- Demonstrate to analysts how EatStreet can serve as an invaluable resource in their future reports about online/mobile food ordering
By coordinating briefings with Raymond James, Telsey Group, William Blair, Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan, PReturn moved EatStreet onto the menu with these influential analysts.