Hi. I’m Mike.
I’m the founder of Fixer.com, an on-demand handyperson B corporation that trains its employees from scratch. Also, back in the day, I founded GrubHub. I led GrubHub through 5 financing rounds, a couple of acquisitions, a merger with Seamless, and ultimately, the IPO. Then, I punted it all to ride my bike across the United States.
Startups and Business
Skilled electricians, carpenters, painters, all-arounders – people who are knowledgeable, handy, and can fix our homes. They’re dying. Literally. This frog got boiled slowly, but theContinue reading “Our cities are running out of Tradespeople”
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. ForContinue reading “What’s in an IPO? My experiences through GrubHub’s offering from start to finish”
Adventures in Cycling & Sailing
When I started this great ride across the country, I knew that it would be more than physical. It was to be an emotional and spiritualContinue reading “Journey: Atlantic Ocean to Pacific Ocean.”
My memoir, Hangry is about this whole “Create a billion dollar startup, and then punt it to go for a bike ride” thing. Sign up here to get a preorder link and get monthly updates on my publishing journey.
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