Resy acquired by American Express
Restaurant reservation and management platform Resy, which calls itself the largest private reservation service in the US, is being acquired by American Express. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. “American Express is a brand that we have admired and sought to partner with from our inception. There are myriad points of synergy between Resy and American Express that we look forward to pursuing together in the name of creating an end-to-end global dining platform that thrills both diners and restaurants alike. As it does today, Resy will continue to focus on delivering world-class hospitality software to our amazing restaurant partners, connecting diners to insider experiences, and reimagining the future of dining,” remarked Ben Leventhal, Resy cofounder and CEO.
Price: Terms not disclosed
Selected investors in the round: Airbnb, First Data, Lerer Hippeau, RSE Ventures, Slow Ventures
Founding year: 2014
Total funding raised: $45.0M
Time from founding to exit: 5.37 years
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